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|Subject: healthcare and the IRS||Date: 4/17/2003 5:13 PM|
|Author: NechesInvst||Number: 65082 of 125706|
I was directed over here....
It's late to ask this, but I'm curious.
I work for an employer who does not offer health insurance, being the only wage earner, I have a health insurance policy that I have to pay for out of pocket.
Can I deduct any of this cost? Do I have to be self-employeed to do this? And if I do have to be self-employeed, must that job be my major source of income?
Thanks in advance,
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