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Invisalign Tax Deductible

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Is the cost of invisalign tax deductible?

I know you can pay for it through those health savings accounts, but I don't think I set aside enough money to do that. Can I just pay for it out of post-tax dollars and then deduct it on my tax return?


If you itemize your deductions and pay it out in one year, it is itemized with medical deductions and is tax deductible. If you can't pay it out in one year, you may want to consider using a credit plan like CareCredit. You would make payments to them


If you itemize your deductions and pay it out in one year, it is itemized with medical deductions and is tax deductible. If you can't pay it out in one year, you may want to consider using a credit plan like CareCredit. You would make payments to them

Can I write off Invisalign as a business expense to correct a speech impediment as a voice-over artist?

I am looking into getting Invisalign to correct my bite/crowding. I know a portion of it is probably tax deductible as a non-cosmetic procedure since it will improve my overall dental health, but could I also write it off as a business expense? I am a


No, that will never count as a business expense. I see what you are saying as far as improve the quality of your services but i think that is a slippery slope to try and claim as a deduction. Not only that, I don't know that it would be worth all the


only is deductible only if you itemize deductions and still qualify after deducting 7.5% of AGI from the cost of the braces - if your AGI is $50,000, you can only add the cost over $3750 to your itemized deductions and if your TOTAL [Item ded] do not


I look for gray areas and try to push the envelope whenever I can, but no, this won't fly.

At your intial question, I thought if you only used the device when doing voice overs, that could separate the expense from a personal expense and