When can you deduct as a medical expense “natural” or non-traditional treatments?
Yesterday, an opinion from the United States Tax Court was published which should please individuals using “natural” or non-traditional treatments for medical conditions. Having tried Humphrey v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, T.C. Memo 2013-198 (August 28, 2013) on behalf of the IRS in November 2012, I was “naturally” (for lack of a better word…) eager to read the opinion as soon as it was published to see if the IRS prevailed on all of the issues. It did not. And this surprised me. Read the rest of this entry »