23 September 2015 at 12:22
This question is about medical tax credits. I am a 73 year old pensioner. I thought that if I was a dependant on my son's Discovery medical aid, then he could claim form his tax the full contribution for me (being over 65) and also any additional medical costs I incur which are not covered by the medical aid (the full amount). Am I correct?
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23 September 2015 at 17:22
He would only be able to claim the contributions for you and the medical expenses that he paid, but not what you personally paid yourself unfortunately.