Download receipts for tax deductions on adult diaper or disposable brief purchases
With tax season quickly approaching, it’s time to start preparing and gathering all relevant receipts and paperwork to file your taxes.
Allowable tax deductions: Adult diapers or disposable briefs for incontinence
Adult diapers or disposable briefs purchased for protection against bladder or bowel leak are eligible medical expenses you can claim on your income tax return.
Yet, they are one of the most overlooked tax deductions on Canadians' tax returns. Why?
People don’t keep their receipts or a running tally of their purchases of incontinence products. My Liberty can help!
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Eligible medical expenses you can claim on your tax return: disposable briefs (adult diapers)
Disposable adult diapers – for kids, teens, men or women – or briefs for incontinence protection are an eligible medical expense you can claim on your tax return.
Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) maintains a list on its website of allowable deductible medical expenses, including "Diapers or disposable briefs for a person who is incontinent because of an illness, injury or affliction."
Claim these commonly overlooked medical expenses on your tax return!
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Thank you for choosing My Liberty for your incontinence product medical supply purchases. We're glad to help.
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