Friday, April 18, 2008

Hearing Aid Assistance Tax Credit Act

Site with information: Explanation

The Bill

Provide a tax credit of up to $500 per hearing aid, available once every 5 years, towards the purchase of such hearing aid, available to:
1) individuals age 55 and over, or
2) those purchasing a hearing aid for a dependent.

4 comments:

whimsical brainpan said...

Once every 5 years!? Is that frequent enough?

Excuse my ignorance but how often do you have to replace your hearing aids?

LISA EMRICH said...

In addition to once every 5 years, how much does it cost to replace hearing aids?

Abbie said...

NJ had several bills like this waiting to appear in front of the legislature. It seems like it is taking forever and a day!

Sharlotte said...

I find your blog rather interesting and useful. Hearing aids is still a way out for those who have hearing problems. However, certain people are deprived of a chance to hear the sounds even with the help of hearing aids. I have learned from www.pissedconsumer.com that they are very different and diverse depending on the level of the deafness. There are numerous hearing aids manufacturers in the world which present their products on the US market.