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    Default Claiming COBRA Payments Made on Federal Taxes

    When Claiming Cobra Payments Made , in Mass. Do you really have to send in all copies of cancelled checks and or proof of payment when filing Federal taxes, which I have most of my cancelled checks, or does it really matter?
    Also where exactly do you enter it, i saw the term TAA recipient, ,it looks as though its entered under that but i'm not sure. Thanks!

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    Default Re: Claiming Cobra Payments Made on Fed Txs , in Mass.

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    When Claiming Cobra Payments Made , in Mass. Do you really have to send in all copies of cancelled checks and or proof of payment when filing Federal taxes, which I have most of my cancelled checks, or does it really matter?
    Also where exactly do you enter it, i saw the term TAA recipient, ,it looks as though its entered under that but i'm not sure. Thanks!
    Out of pocket health insurance (which is what Cobra is) can be claimed on schedule A but is subject to the 7.5 percent of AGI limitation....and assumes that your schedule A deductions would be greater than your standard deduction.

    No, you don't have to send in all of your cancelled checks or reciepts, but you do have to have proof if the IRS asks for it.

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    Am i claiming this cobra adjustment as a TAA? I'm hoping that is where it is supposed to be entered.

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