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Is Medicare Part C tax-deductible?

Yes, your premiums for Medicare Part C (also known as Medicare Advantage) are considered medical expenses and thus are tax-deductible. Premiums paid for Medicare Part B, Part D, and Part A (if you owe any premiums for Part A) can also be deducted. The only cases in which premiums are not deductible are those where you are not directly paying for your coverage. For example, if you receive Medicare Part A coverage free because you or your spouse have already paid into it through work or taxes, you will not be able to deduct those premiums. Similarly, if your Medicare Part D coverage is paid for by an employer, those premiums will not be tax-deductible.

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