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My hubby is sleeping or else id get further info but im pretty sure that when it comes to medical deductions theyre complicated. (hes in the accounting field)
Its based on a percentage of your income i think.
Like, unless your medical deductions add up to more than (lets say) 7% of your income you wont get a refund back because of your medical deductions.
I can ask him later and report back.
I think that there was a mommy accountant on here. Maybe she can weigh in?
BC&LM said:Not to start a big debate, but why can't formula be deducted too? It's used for the same purpose--feeding the baby. It wouldn't matter for me anyway; we never meet the dollar amount we would need for medical deductions.
Not to start a big debate, but why can't formula be deducted too? It's used for the same purpose--feeding the baby. It wouldn't matter for me anyway; we never meet the dollar amount we would need for medical deductions.
Lactation consultations should also qualify.
ETA: If you used an HSA or FSA to fund any of this it won't qulaify. You may also meet the threshold to deduct medical expenses for 2013 (again if you didn't use an HSA or FSA) if you had steep OOP costs associated with L&D.
llbta85 said:Lactation consultations should also qualify.