What medical and dental expenses are NOT deductible?

  • Elective cosmetic surgery
  • Hospital, medical, and extra Medicare B insurance
  • The basic cost of Medicare insurance (Medicare A)
    (Note: If you are 65 or over and not entitled to Social Security benefits, you may deduct premiums you voluntarily paid for Medicare A coverage.)
  • Life insurance or income protection policies
  • Long-term care insurance premiums
  • The hospital insurance benefits (Medicare) tax withheld from your pay as part of the Social Security tax or paid as part of Social Security self-employment tax
  • Nursing care for a healthy baby
  • Illegal operations or drugs
  • Medicines or drugs you bought without a prescription
  • Travel your doctor told you to take for rest or change
  • Funeral, burial or cremation costs

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