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dozycryer
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If I had a procedure done in 2016 but didn't start paying for it until 2017 could I apply the money that I paid, to my 2017's taxes?

 
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TomK
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If I had a procedure done in 2016 but didn't start paying for it until 2017 could I apply the money that I paid, to my 2017's taxes?

Yes, medical expenses are deducted in the year that you paid them (in 2017).

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TomK
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If I had a procedure done in 2016 but didn't start paying for it until 2017 could I apply the money that I paid, to my 2017's taxes?

Yes, medical expenses are deducted in the year that you paid them (in 2017).

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