Sunday’s= Personal Tax
As I have said in this space several times already, medical expenses are deducted based on your net income. Specifically, you can take a tax credit for the amount of medical expenses that exceed either the annual maximum ($2500 usually) or 3% of your net income. So if you already have $2,500 in medical expenses, prescriptions, physiotherapy, eye care, medical premiums, medical travel etc. then anything you spend from here until the end of 2017 will increase your credit.
If you have been considering hearing aids or laser eye surgery it might make sense to spend that money before the end of the year.
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