This is the ninth part of our series of blogs on the most overlooked tax deductions. In this blog, we will attempt to summarize the second half or group of prior articles in the series. For a more a detailed overview, see the blogs themselves!
HEALTH, CHILD CARE, AND CHARITY DEDUCTIONS
Deduction of Medicare Premiums for the Self-Employed
Self-employed individuals who continue to operate their own businesses after qualifying for Medicare can deduct their Medicare Part B and Medicare Part D premiums, plus the cost of supplemental Medicare policies or the cost of a Medicare Advantage plan, regardless of whether or not he or she itemizes.
This is the second part of our multi-part blog on tax benefits for education. Any present or former (or future) student should utilize the knowledge, experience and expertise of the tax professionals at the Thorgood Law Firm to ensure that they take advantage all the credits and deductions that the law allows for students of higher education.
Tax credits, deductions and savings plans offer taxpayers ways to reduce their expenses for higher education.
- A tax credit may reduce the amount of potential income tax.
- A deduction reduces the amount of income that is subject to tax, thus reducing the amount of tax paid.