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 Are medical co-pays tax-deductible?

Answer Medical co-pays are tax-deductible because they can be defined as medical expenses. The Internal Revenue Service allows deductions for many out-of-pocket costs that are paid to alleviate or prevent... Read More »
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Who Pays the Deductible in a Car Accident?

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Who pays an insurance deductible?

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Who pays the deductible with homeowners insurance?

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If you have medical insurance at work that pays 80 percent of medical bills can you get additional coverage for the other 20 percent?

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