HOW to write off all HEALTH EXPENSES
HAVE I SAVED THE BEST FOR LAST? Maybe. You decide.
First, TWO QUESTIONS —
Will you be paying at least $2,000 this year for health related
- Health Insurance Premiums
- Long Term Care Insurance
- Annual deductibles
- Vision care
- Dental care
- Lasik Surgery
- Wellness care
- Holistic care
- Hearing aids
- Massage therapy
- Cosmetic Surgery
- Nutritional Supplements
- Elective Procedures
- Teeth whitening
- And the list goes on and on.
Almost everyone will pay at least $2,000 in medical
expenses in 2014, and many will pay $20,000 or more.
Do you operate a part-time or full-time small business
with fewer than two employees (i.e., 0 employees or 1)?
DID YOU ANSWER ‘YES’ TO BOTH?
IF SO, you just struck gold! In fact, you have just hit
the mother-load of ALL home-business tax deductions!
A special provision in the Affordable Care Act (ACA, or
‘Obamacare’) applies specifically and only to taxpayers
(a) run a small business and
(b) employ fewer than two people fulltime.
A provision of the ACA offers those taxpayers a process for
getting 100% tax deductions for ALL health related expenses
incurred by those taxpayers AND their spouse AND dependents.
Dude (or Dudette) go back and read that again.
Now let the magnitude of that sink in. Look…
A review of more than 25,000 taxpayers who have already embraced
this provision of the tax law, are right now saving an average of
just above $458 per MONTH in new, additional tax savings. That’s
some $5,500 per year in new tax savings / tax refunds from this
one tax deduction alone. ACA is the law NOW, so you can qualify NOW.
Getting qualified (and staying qualified) is a little complicated
(like every other aspect of the ACA bill, it seems) but isn’t saving
some $458 EVERY MONTH on taxes (about $5,500 yearly) worth a little
This is kind of a BIG DEAL so I’ve created a special web page to
give you the details. http://HugeTaxDeduction.com
This is a tax-savings opportunity you want to jump on RIGHT NOW
if you meet the two qualifications–
(1) small business; and
(2) fewer than two employees.
Well, that’s #12 of the 12 best tips I can give you to legally slash
your 2014 taxes to the bone. I hope this series of tax tips has saved you a BUNDLE!