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What are considered "qualified" expenses for the Oregon special medical subtraction?

If you or your spouse turned 66 by the end of 2021 and have qualifying medical and/or dental expenses, you may qualify for the special Oregon medical subtraction. See IRS Publication 502  for types of qualifying medical and dental expenses. You can't subtract medical or dental expenses:
  • For anyone under age 66;
  • For dependents, regardless of their age;
  • That have already been deducted on the return; or
  • If your federal adjusted gross income (AGI) is greater than $200,000 ($100,000 if you're filing as single or married filing separately).
How to calculate the correct portion of shared expenses between spouses (ie: premiums for shared health insurance policy).

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