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Which Medicare insurance costs does Hawaii allow for itemized deductions?

In most cases, Hawaii does not allow you to deduct the basic cost of Medicare (Medicare A) insurance. However, you may deduct any extra Medicare (Medicare B) premiums you paid, as well as any Medicare Part D insurance premiums you paid. In the rare case that you were 65 or over but not entitled to Social Security benefits in 2020, you may deduct premiums you voluntarily paid for Medicare A coverage.

Enter your extra Medicare (Medicare B) premiums, any deductible premiums paid for Medicare A coverage (if over age 65 and not entitled to Social Security benefits), and the premiums you paid for Medicare Part D insurance.

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