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I never thought I'd be asking about this topic, as 07 is the first year in our lives when we might be able to take the medical deduction. I just thought of it while I was out walking this afternoon and realized that I should have kept all those receipts this year.

So the question is: I have records of payments for stuff either on the credit card bills or bank statements. Are these enough if Mr. IRS comes knocking? If not, then I'll have to call around the various labs, offices and pharmacies to see if they can generate receipts going back to 1/1.

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