Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Alternate medicine a taxing issue

From the National Post:
More and more Canadians are turning to various types of so-called alternative medicine for relief of health problems. But while such people may be willing to get involved in "leading-edge" treatment, like everybody else they want to get tax relief where possible for their medical expenses.

One of the first questions is whether dealing with somebody other than a traditional medical doctor will jeopardize potential claims. And while the Income Tax Act is national in scope, anomalies may crop up. ...more

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