Net medical expenses tax offset calculator
From 1 July 2019, the tax offset for net medical expenses for disability aids, attendant care or aged care is no longer available.
The 2018–19 income year is the final year this offset can be claimed.
You can still use this calculator to work out the amount of your total net medical expenses to enter on your tax return for the 2015–16 to 2018–19 income years. It will also estimate the amount of offset you are entitled to receive.
You can only claim this offset if you had expenses that relate to disability aids, attendant care or aged care.
This tax offset is income tested. The percentage of net expenses you can claim is determined by your adjusted taxable income (ATI) and family status.
If you have a spouse, enter the combined adjusted taxable income for you and your spouse.
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Before you use the calculator
The calculated results are based on the information you provided at the time of calculation. You should use these results as an estimate and for guidance purposes only.
Information you need for this calculator
- Your adjusted taxable income.
- If you have a spouse, their adjusted taxable income.
If you do not know your or your spouse's adjusted taxable income, you can calculate your adjusted taxable income using our Income tests calculatorThis link opens in a new window.
You only need to provide the amount of your total net medical expenses in your tax return. We will calculate for you the amount of offset you are entitled to.
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Our calculator will take between 2 and 10 minutes to use.
Net medical expenses tax offset calculator This calculator will help you work out the amount of medical expenses offset you can claim for the 2015-16 to 2018-19 income years.Last modified: 01 Jul 2021QC 16851