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shopton1971
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If I had a medical bill for $1000 but my deductible was met and my out of pocket was $0, does that $1000 qualify as an expense

 
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Hal_Al
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If I had a medical bill for $1000 but my deductible was met and my out of pocket was $0, does that $1000 qualify as an expense

No. You must be out of pocket to take a deduction.

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Hal_Al
Level 15

If I had a medical bill for $1000 but my deductible was met and my out of pocket was $0, does that $1000 qualify as an expense

No. You must be out of pocket to take a deduction.

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