The list of medical expenses eligible for the medical expense tax credit frequently changes from year to year. As well, whether an amount is eligible for the credit can depend on the province in which the taxpayer resides.
Beginning in 2017, the medical expense tax credit has been expanded to include fertility-related procedures for individuals who do not have a medical condition preventing them from conceiving a child. The credit can also be claimed retroactively for fertility-related procedures during the 2007 to 2016 tax years.
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