It’s that time again. Have you done your taxes yet? Did you know that your hearing aids may count as a tax deduction? Hearing Health recently published an article to help you take full advantage of the tax opportunities related to the costs of your hearing loss.
“Many of your medical expenses are considered eligible deductions by the federal government. Since hearing loss is considered a medical condition and hearing aids are medical devices regulated by the FDA, you may be able to deduct these costs.”
The article goes on to give a partial list of what the IRS considers as deductible medical expenses. They also cover what portion of your medical expenses qualify based on a percentage of your adjusted gross income?
Read more at: https://www.healthyhearing.com/report/52628-Hearing-aids-and-tax-time
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