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December 30, 2021   |   2021
Year End Tax Savings. . . for 2021

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  The year is over tomorrow and taxes were back burnered. . . (no pressure). What to do, don’t want to owe . . . As requested. . . For individuals: Pay outstanding medical bills. Keep track of total medical paid (doctor, hospital, labs, prescriptions, medical mileage, medical insurance paid out of pocket etc) for Year End Tax Savings. . . for 2021

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December 9, 2021   |   2021
Facts & Figures 2021 Tax year & Some For Tax Year 2022

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  Build Back Back Better (“BBB”) is still being negotiated So here is something a little more concrete: The numbers and limits for 2021 tax season: FACTS & FIGURES, TBA=To be announced                                          Tax Year 2021                 2022 Social Security COLA                                                                                             1.3%                           5.9% Part B premium- income < $85,000                                                                 Facts & Figures 2021 Tax year & Some For Tax Year 2022

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October 7, 2020   |   0
Medical Expense Tax Deduction When Don’t Have Enough to Itemize

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In certain circumstances, medical expenses can be deducted on the tax return without itemizing. To see if that option is a good fit for you, some questions: Do you have medical insurance coverage through work or through a family medical insurance plan? Is the medical insurance plan deductible (out of pocket) more than $1,400 for Medical Expense Tax Deduction When Don’t Have Enough to Itemize

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May 29, 2019   |   0
Saving $ on Health Insurance?

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Health Insurance costs are rising. One way to reduce health insurance premiums is to enroll in a high deductible health insurance plan and to pair that plan with a (tax deductible) Health Savings Account. For 2019 A high deductible health insurance plan has deductible of at least $1,400 (for individual coverage) or $2,750 (for family Saving $ on Health Insurance?

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