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LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / April 22, 2015 / has revealed that while one in eight Americans has hearing loss and usually wear hearing aids, may not be aware of their rights in terms of tax deductions that are permitted by the IRS. Hearing aids are expensive medical devices and many across America who could be taking advantage of the allowed tax deductions for such medical expenses as hearing aids, hearing aid repairs, hearing aid batteries and the corresponding maintenance costs, are not claiming them simply because they don't know about this. Thus, those who have these medical expenses may want to research all deductions available at the moment for those who are hearing impaired or hard of hearing.

Another possible reason that some people are not claiming these tax deductions is that medical expenses must total more than 10% of gross income when adjusted, although there are some exceptions to this rule. In some cases, repairs, batteries, and other additional requirements of hearing aid upkeep can be included in the costs. These can all be considered by the IRS along with telephone and television equipment that might be required to supply a normal range of hearing. encourages hearing aid users to check this list of qualifying medical expenses to better understand their rights for such deductions.

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