How Can Eldercare Qualify as a Medical Deduction?

How Can Eldercare Qualify as a Medical Deduction?

The cost of eldercare may qualify for a deduction as a medical expense. But as with anything tax-related, there are many factors to consider.
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Eldercare can be a Medical Tax Deduction

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Many individuals are serving as care providers for loved ones, the cost of caring for them may be deductible as a medical expense.
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ELDERCARE CAN BE A MEDICAL DEDUCTION

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