Just wondering what the purpose is to request a statement from your chemist to lodge with your tax returns?
I've heard people do this, but I don't really understand why.
I get a Medicare statement, but have never requested one from my chemist (I use the same chemist all the time).
Is this another claim of some sorts?
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21-07-2013 18:21 #1
Statements for Tax from Chemist
21-07-2013 18:28 #2Senior Member
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If you have enough out of pocket medical expenses you can use it as a tax deduction. Chemist bills fit in that category.
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