Arizona allows 100 percent of medical expenses when you itemize.
Make sure you get all the deductions you're entitled to.

The IRS allows you to deduct qualified medical expenses that exceed 7.5 percent of your adjusted gross income. It may be difficult to spend past that threshold, but you shouldn't overlook all possible expenses. If your tax home is Arizona and you have medical expenses, Arizona allows 100 percent of the medical expenses when you itemize your deductions. You may have enough to itemize for Arizona even if you utilize the standard deduction for federal tax purposes.

All qualified medical expenses paid by you for you and your dependents may be deducted. 

mileage for all medical related travel, automobile expenses
medical insurance premiums that are not from pretax payroll deductions
long-term care insurance premiums
nursing services
retirement home
doctor visits, hospital, urgent and emergency room expenses
ambulance services
dental, vision and hearing treatments, contact lenses and eye glasses 
labs, tests, diagnostics not covered by insurance
prescription drugs, does not include over-the-counter medications; 
medical equipment: crutches, elastic stockings, handrails
oxygen and oxygen equipment
hearing aids, artificial teeth or limbs
drug or alcohol therapy centers
school for mentally or physically handicapped
guide for the blind, Braille books and magazines
birth control pills
operations affecting childbearing

Medical Savings Accounts: health savings accounts and health reimbursement accounts, both the income and the related qualifying medical expenses, are normally accounted for as an adjustment to gross income.

Phone: 520-868-1040 
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