NAICS code: 541219

As a medical biller, you are well aware of how to calculate people’s bills and you know that people don’t like paying extra. Now, think about all the times you paid extra in your tax returns when you could have saved some money by using tax write-offs.

All you have to do is itemize the expenses and check if they fall under the category of write-offs. If they do, you just have to fill it in the respective tax form.

We have put together a list of the most common write-offs for medical billers and coders that you can use to deduct your expenses.

📚Reference books

Write it off using: Schedule C, Box 27a

When you purchase books to learn about your profession, you can write them off on taxes.

✉️Postage fees & supplies

Write it off using: Schedule C, Box 18

Stamps, envelopes, and other postage fees required for your business can be written off on taxes.

👨‍💻Productivity software

Write it off using: Schedule C, Box 18

If you use any paid software to keep a track of your expenses, to raise your invoice, and to create timesheets, you can deduct those from your taxes.


🌐 Website & hosting fees

Write it off using: Schedule C, Box 8

Squarespace, Wix, GoDaddy, and other website service fees are fully tax-deductible.

📜Courses & certifications

Write it off using: Schedule C, Box 27a

When you sign up for a course to gain more knowledge about your industry and enhance your skills. The money you spend on any course can deduct this expense from your tax.

📝 Office supplies

Write it off using: Schedule C, Box 18

Monitors, hard drives, stationery, and photocopies are all office-related expenses that you can write it off.