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House Members Suggest Buying Some Supplements With Pre-Tax Savings

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Eight GOP House members urge IRS to allow supplements labeled with approved health claims to be considered “medical expenses” eligible for payment with pre-tax health savings accounts beginning with tax year 2020.

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