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I am listed am listed as a dependent on Discovery health with my wife as the principal member. However I pay the contributions for my wife, my son and myself. She doesn't earn an income and is therefore not liable to pay tax. The tax certificate from Discovery is in her name, can I claim the medical expenses and premiums as medical deductions on my IT12. I reference these articles and would like to know if the information in these is still valid as at June 2016
1) South African Institute of Accounting Professionals article from 2012: http://www. Saipa. Co. Za/articles/236135/sars-monster’-deductibility-medical-aid-contribution-taxpayer-dependant-principal-me
2) TaxTim question from 2012: https://www. Taxtim. Com/za/blog/may-i-deduct-contributions-made-to-my-fathers-medical-aid