Are medical bills deductible?

Answer Medical bills that you do not receive reimbursement for--regardless of the source or reimbursement--are deductible to the extent that they exceed 7.5 percent of your adjustable gross income. Qualif... Read More »

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Are health insurance premiums&medical bills tax-deductible?

In general, medical bills and expenses that exceed 7.5 percent of your adjusted gross income are tax deductible; this includes your health insurance premiums. However, expenses that are covered by ... Read More »

If you turned your medical bills over to your insurance should he include these costs even if the other person's adjuster wants you to pay medical bills out of the final settlement?

Recovering medical expenses I would consult with an Attorney, otherwise you may end up paying for some of your medical bills out of your own pocket after the final settlement. Insurance companies t... Read More »

Is there a certain time frame that the custodial parent should get medical bills or insurance EOBS to the noncustodial parent who is responsible for medical bills not covered by insurance?

Answer You contact your local Domestic Relations Office for the information. They should have a policy on it. In the state of PA the custodial parent must provide the documents within 6 months or... Read More »

Are parents responsible for adult children's medical bills if they have medical insurance on them?

Answer No. Insurance, and Responsible party are two different obligations. Insurance is just a service. Responsibilty to pay is owed by anyone over the age of 18, the legal gaurdian that signs for ... Read More »