Tax deductions for health insurance premiums for the self-employed
Did you know that premiums in Blue Cross plans are eligible medical expenses under the Canadian federal Income Tax Act and may create a tax credit for you? If you are self-employed, you may now be able to deduct your health coverage premiums from your annual income. Let us help you find the plan you need in a few steps.
Managing health care expenses
Do unexpected dental visits blow your monthly budget? What if your doctor told you that you would have to take medication for the rest of your life? When you have a personal health insurance plan, you can rest assured that any unexpected medical expense will be taken care of. Instead of managing unexpected expenses, consider planning for an affordable monthly premium.
If you are self-employed, you are the heart of your business, and planning ahead is part of the key to your success. Plan ahead for any unexpected costs of prescription drugs and dental visits, and protect yourself with disability coverage. With a health insurance plan from Blue Cross, you can protect your health, your business and your finances.
What do our insurance plans cover?
- Dental visits and fees
- Drug costs
- Hospital rooms
- Vision care
- Paramedical expenses
- Medical equipment
- Travel insurance
- And more…