AC – Air Conditioning for medical tax write off:
Did you know that your Air Conditioner and air purifier may qualify for tax refunds as a medical expense?
It’s true! If you suffer with asthma, allergies, or any other health issue that would benefit from cleaner air or more controlled temperature settings you can claim up to $1,000 of your cost of a new air conditioner (AC) as a medical expense.
To qualify you do need a prescription written by your doctor – I know it may seem odd to ask for a prescription for a new cleaner air conditioning system but it is worth the effort to ask. After all it means cleaner air in your home, better health for your family, and the added bonus of getting that $1,000 tax break at a time when prices continue to rise.
To learn more about the eligibility requirements visit:
Air conditioning isn’t just about being physically cool and comfortable anymore with allergies increasing at an alarming rate and more children born with asthma than ever before not to mention all the other diseases and illnesses that air conditioning cooling and air filtration potentially relieves the symptoms of like:
- Chronic Cough
- Common Cold
- Cystic Fibrosis
- Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis
- Lung Cancer
- Pandemic Flu
- Pulmonary Embolism
- Pulmonary Hypertension
- Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
- Sleep Apnea
Did we also mention that having the humidity levels controlled in your home through your air conditioning system also helps alleviate dry skin, rashes, blotchy skin, nose bleeds, static shocks and more.
Air conditioning in today’s home is no longer a luxury for many but a health and well being necessity.
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