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I received a medical reimbursement from a private non-insurance company for a prolia injection - should that be reported as a medical reimbursement?

I received 2 reimbursements from a  private non-insurance company that provided partial reimbursement for 2 prolia injections.  Should those reimbursements be reported as medical reimbursements?

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I received a medical reimbursement from a private non-insurance company for a prolia injection - should that be reported as a medical reimbursement?

Yes, any reimbursement for out of pocket medical expenses must first be used to reduce your medical expenses before any deduction is allowed. Only the amounts that were actually paid by you are allowed to be used to arrive at your full medical expense for deduction purposes on itemized deductions.

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I received a medical reimbursement from a private non-insurance company for a prolia injection - should that be reported as a medical reimbursement?

Yes, any reimbursement for out of pocket medical expenses must first be used to reduce your medical expenses before any deduction is allowed. Only the amounts that were actually paid by you are allowed to be used to arrive at your full medical expense for deduction purposes on itemized deductions.

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