Gluten-free food purchases may qualify for a tax deduction

10/22/2012 | Celiac.com

Studies show gluten-free food is more expensive than gluten-containing food, but patients diagnosed with celiac disease might qualify for income tax deductions for the difference in price, writes Tina Turbin. Another way to save money is to avoid processed gluten-free foods and go for more home-cooked meals and homemade snacks.

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