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Do i have to enter each medical expense individually or can I just enter the total amount in one line?

 
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Do i have to enter each medical expense individually or can I just enter the total amount in one line?

You can enter the total on one line. Be sure to keep your receipts.

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New Member

Do i have to enter each medical expense individually or can I just enter the total amount in one line?

When asked to re-enter the medical expense claimed again for a dependant, do you enter the amount paid less re-imbursement or the amount you actually had to pay up front. Also if it is the amount you did pay why would it subtract this off of the total expense paid and not calculate an expense?
New Member

Do i have to enter each medical expense individually or can I just enter the total amount in one line?

medical expense -2014 $1043.00
New Member

Do i have to enter each medical expense individually or can I just enter the total amount in one line?

You can enter the total on one line. Be sure to keep your receipts.

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New Member

Do i have to enter each medical expense individually or can I just enter the total amount in one line?

how do  you do that, you have date and receipts paid  to in you medical window
New Member

Do i have to enter each medical expense individually or can I just enter the total amount in one line?

You will need to do one entry per Expense Type. For example, if you have 10 prescription receipts and 12 health plan premium receipts, enter the total for the prescriptions as one entry and the total for the health plan premiums as a second entry. For the date, just enter the date of the most recent receipt.