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bubs525
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My son rec'd a 1095-A, has medical expenses. I entered them, his refund didn't chg. Does being on the ACA make a difference if he pays money for medical expenses?

His income is $23304 & Medical expense are over $k

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CarolynM
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My son rec'd a 1095-A, has medical expenses. I entered them, his refund didn't chg. Does being on the ACA make a difference if he pays money for medical expenses?

No, being on on ACA does not make a difference. 

Medical expenses are not deductible unless they are 7.5% of you income; by my calculations, they must exceed $1,747 for your son. 

For more information about medical expenses, follow these links:

Intuit on Medical Expenses

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CarolynM
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My son rec'd a 1095-A, has medical expenses. I entered them, his refund didn't chg. Does being on the ACA make a difference if he pays money for medical expenses?

No, being on on ACA does not make a difference. 

Medical expenses are not deductible unless they are 7.5% of you income; by my calculations, they must exceed $1,747 for your son. 

For more information about medical expenses, follow these links:

Intuit on Medical Expenses

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