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My work reimburses me up to a certain $ amount of my medical/dental expenses for the year. How am I supposed to account for this in turbotax?

If one of my receipts was say, $1000, and my work covered $200, would I just change the receipt to $800 instead of $1000? Or is there a separate location I need to enter the $200 reimbursement?

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My work reimburses me up to a certain $ amount of my medical/dental expenses for the year. How am I supposed to account for this in turbotax?

The amount on the T4, if any, is just the medical premiums included as a taxable benefit.  As to what you pay out of pocket, that is what you record as an expense.  In your scenario, the cost is $1000, you are reimbursed $200, then yes, you record $800.

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My work reimburses me up to a certain $ amount of my medical/dental expenses for the year. How am I supposed to account for this in turbotax?

Good afternoon,
Usually your employer will include these amounts on your T4.
Have you discussed this with your employer?
Thank you,
Leeanne@TurboTax
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My work reimburses me up to a certain $ amount of my medical/dental expenses for the year. How am I supposed to account for this in turbotax?

that is not a correct response !   you are confusing benefit claim with benefit  premium
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My work reimburses me up to a certain $ amount of my medical/dental expenses for the year. How am I supposed to account for this in turbotax?

The amount on the T4, if any, is just the medical premiums included as a taxable benefit.  As to what you pay out of pocket, that is what you record as an expense.  In your scenario, the cost is $1000, you are reimbursed $200, then yes, you record $800.

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My work reimburses me up to a certain $ amount of my medical/dental expenses for the year. How am I supposed to account for this in turbotax?

turbo tax is confusing their client:  In previous years  ,I seem to  recall , we listed the  each claim amount  and also listed the benefit reimbursement  amount . This year you changed;   leaving the client searching how to declare  the reimbursement  amount .
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My work reimburses me up to a certain $ amount of my medical/dental expenses for the year. How am I supposed to account for this in turbotax?

I didn't find it confusing at all.  Perhaps it's just you that is confused.
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My work reimburses me up to a certain $ amount of my medical/dental expenses for the year. How am I supposed to account for this in turbotax?

IS confused no longer.  But WAS confused  -  YES  -until I figured out the Turbotax change  from previous years. Thanks for  paying attention.
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My work reimburses me up to a certain $ amount of my medical/dental expenses for the year. How am I supposed to account for this in turbotax?

I did pay attention.  That is why I wasn't confused in the first place.
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