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rbtest1
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I'm 65 but don't take social security so I pay 402 per month for medicare. Where do I report that expense?

 
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HelenaC
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I'm 65 but don't take social security so I pay 402 per month for medicare. Where do I report that expense?

You would enter them as medical expenses, as medical insurance premiums, if you're not covered under Social Security (nor a government employee who paid Medicare tax) and you voluntarily enrolled in Medicare A. 

To enterhttps://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4774888

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HelenaC
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I'm 65 but don't take social security so I pay 402 per month for medicare. Where do I report that expense?

You would enter them as medical expenses, as medical insurance premiums, if you're not covered under Social Security (nor a government employee who paid Medicare tax) and you voluntarily enrolled in Medicare A. 

To enterhttps://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/4774888

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