Healthy deductions

Newman, Richard J.; Podolsky, Doug
April 1994
U.S. News & World Report;4/4/94, Vol. 116 Issue 13, p67
States that self-employed people now have a way to get a tax break for their medical coverage. Announcement by the Internal Revenue Service that it's fine to deduct the full cost of medical care for an employee who is both your only employee and your spouse--an issue that had been unresolved for more than 20 years; Specifics on the claims; Warning from tax advisor Nadine Gordon Lee.


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