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What is a Deductible for medical insurance?
A deductible is the amount that the policy holder must pay before any benefits are covered under the plan. Some plans do cover some limited services prior to the deductible being paid, or they may not cover any. It is important to know what your deductible amount is, before you purchase a policy, to make sure that you can truly afford it in the event you need medical services.
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Answer yes. but they change up sometimes from year to year. call a certified accountant and ask that one question. free of charge.
If you win a lawsuit and have to reimburse the insurance company for medical expenses can you deduct those medical expenses?
Answer You should be able to claim the medical expenses against your income tax, but there are limitations. You may have to claim them for the y…ear that they were incurred. Which may mean you have to re-file taxes for that year. And Medical deductions are subject to a percentage offset. Consult your attorney, who should tell you when you get your award, or consult a tax expert. Answer I gather what happened is you had medical expenses that were originally paid by (say your) insurance company. And instead of subrogation, you continued the lawsuit and won. The money you won had to be returned to the insurance company that already paid you for it (recovered). It is all going to offset - you can't deduct the medical expense unless you claim the income from the insurance company paying you for the lawsuit. But, the easiest handling would be just like any other covered medical expense...your insurance deductible and such costs are income tax expenses if they are above the minimums (unlikely).
\n. \n Answer \n. \nI don't quite understand your question. There might also be co payments, ie 80/20 and "negotiated" rates - discounts from the Medical Provider to …the insurance company.
What if I have to have a costly medical procedure done but have not met my yearly deductible will my insurance cover any of it?
If it's a costly procedure, then you'll probably go over the deductible amount and get paid on everything over that. Check your policy or brochure.
Can I add my monthly health insurance payment from my employer to my medical deductions, such as medications prescribed, office visits, etc..
A deductible is the amount that the insured has agreed to pay before the insurer is obliged to pay anything on a covered claim. It can be considered to be an amount for which …the insured has agreed to "self-insure". In general, there is a correlation between deductibles and premium, in that a higher deductible will correlate with a lower premium.
That is tough to answer. It really depends upon if you are talking about and HMO, PPO, or HSA (HDHP) style of plan and where you are located. The most common deductible …in the northwest, where I am, is 250-500 and the most common plan types are PPO and HMO. Movement over the past few years has been toward 500 and $1000 is starting to gain tracktion.
If you pay child support and are responsible for medical insurance and deductibles and that child becomes pregnant do you have to pay medical bills for her pregnancy or can she get medicaid for hersel?
As you are doing the correct thing by paying all her bills, but this was not included in the divorce decree , here the boyfriend who made her pregnant should pay the ent…ire medical bill for getting her pregnant, his family should pay the hospital bill.
Unreimbursed medical expenses are only deductible in the year that they are paid as a part of all other unreimbursed medical expenses on the schedule A itemized deductions of …the 1040 tax form subject to the 7.5% of adjusted gross income limit. The amount over the 7.5%limit is added to all of your other itemized deductions on the schedule A tax form.
Can your ex employer bill me for medical insurance that wasn't deducted from my paycheck while employed by them?
Yes. When you receive a bill from your employer that would mean that they can bill you for the medical insurance while you were employed by them.
No. Medical insurance covers medical expenses, not insurance premiums.
How much can be deducted from noncustodial father for 3 kids child support and health medical insurance coverage?
You need to check under the laws in your particular state. States now have schedules that have made that type of issue more uniform. Visit your local family court or the court… that made or will make the child support order and inquire there. You need to check under the laws in your particular state. States now have schedules that have made that type of issue more uniform. Visit your local family court or the court that made or will make the child support order and inquire there. You need to check under the laws in your particular state. States now have schedules that have made that type of issue more uniform. Visit your local family court or the court that made or will make the child support order and inquire there. You need to check under the laws in your particular state. States now have schedules that have made that type of issue more uniform. Visit your local family court or the court that made or will make the child support order and inquire there.
Yes. Health insurance premiums are tax deductible to an individual under IRC Section 213(d).
The average deductible for medical travel insurance in Europe depends on specific aspects of the traveler and the trip. Age of the traveler, length of the trip, and medical li…mits all factor into the deductible of the insurance.
No. The medical coverage and liability sections of a homeowners policy do not contain any deductibles. These sections do not cover the homeowner or any household residents.
I hope you mean the lack of tax deductions. The medical deductions are the same as they have been except the threshold has increased from 7.5% to 10% for most people. You …can deduct insurance premiums you pay yourself with after-tax income. This means that the insurance you pay through your employers Section 125, Cafeteria, Section 403 employer, or other pre-tax plans are not deductible. You can claim your co-pays and deductibles but you can't deduct medical expenses paid by insurance.