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Old 03-30-2015, 03:34 AM
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Use the Cigna "Deductable" tracker instead of receipts?

I received a summary sheet from my insurer, Cigna, showing that I met the deductable amount.

Can I just put that summary sheet in my tax documentation showing I paid that deductable amount over the year? Or do I have to have the breakdown of receipts? The summary doesn't breakdown how I paid, and for what...it just shows that I met the out-of-pocket deductable before their insurance kicked in.

I'm worried I won't be able to find all the different receipts I paid on my own.

Thanks.



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