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Advance directives clarify choices, guide family
Pulmonologist Dr. Rick Blevins often sees patients and families grappling with a decision he says should have been made long before.
Blevins treats... More > many patients in the intensive care unit who won't survive. If they do not have advance directives, their families are left to make hard decisions that they may not have answers to.
"It's a subject that comes up and (in the ICU) is the worst possible time for conversations to be initiated," Blevins said.
Many times, the ICU patient is unable to make decisions for himself, so it falls on the family, Blevins said.
The role of the family in that situation is to make the decision the patient would make, Blevins explained. But families don't always know or don't agree.< Less
Tips to cash in on medical expense tax credits of the harver group - your health insurance counter fraud services tokyo
If you are looking for a way to save tax for 2013, try the medical expense tax credit. This can save you tax dollars, but the calculations are often tedious. Start working on your claim well before... More > April 30.
How much tax can you save? For example, suppose you have a net income of $50,000. What amount of medical expenses would you need to make a worthwhile claim? You'd need at least $1,500 in medical expenses to reach your three per cent threshold before any tax credits can be claimed at all.
Generally, for every $100 of medical expenses in excess of three per cent of your net income you can save $26 (using Saskatchewan rates) for 2013. Assume your medical expenses were $2,500 in total for 2013. Having $1,000 of expenses that exceed your $1,500 threshold means you'd save $260 tax.< Less