I was researching medical deductions for tax purposes. In addition to the cost of office visits, the actual procedures, and medications, a person is able to claim mileage at $0.20. Your total medical expenses for the year must be at least 7.5% of your adjusted gross income. The IRS recommends keeping a log of all appointmens with cost and mileage. I went through all of my receipts and started a log. You can deduct all medical expenses, not just those related to infertility (dentist appointment, visit to eye doctor, cost of contacts and/or eyeglasses, etc.) It quickly adds up! Hope this can help some of you.
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