I have blue cross medical that I pay $133.00 a month. Can I deduct the payments from my income tax?
Your Blue Cross premiums can be added to your other medical expenses and the amount above 3% of your net income will help to reduce your taxes payable.
- I am asking this for a friend. He is married but his spouse lives in Mexico and comes to Canada periodically. She has never filed a Canadian return. Can he claim medical expenses she incurred in Mexico and/or Canada? Thank you.
- My father is 97, he has a live-in care-giver full time due to infirmity and being legally blind. He pays almost $24,000 a year in salary to her. How can he maximize his deductions to get some relief for paying 100% of his care?
- My daughter received treatment in 2013 for a reading disorder from a registered psychologist. How much has to be spent in order to claim under medical expenses on my taxes?
- We just found medical receipts from late 2010. Can they still be used? They total over $2000.
- My husband was disabled and received the CPP disability remittance. What tax breaks and benefits is he eligible for?
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