I have prescription drug insurance coverage under the public plan (Quebec residence)
Most of the cost for the my prescriptions are covered under the plan, but I do pay out about $85/month for whats call "monthly deductible" and "co-insurance amounts".
Can these amounts be entered as medical expenses??
Thanks for the help!
To make things really easy, get a printout from the drugstore that will show everything that you paid as co-insturance and deductibles for the whole year. This list is a valid receipt for tax purposes. Then on your return you create a single line in medical expenses such as: "Drugstore list", $xxx.xx
As far as I know, insurance may in some cases cover the purchase of medicines, but only if there are no drugs. Paying for drugs using insurance is prohibited in the United States. But you can buy any drugs with a doctor’s prescription ..
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