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without regard to the adjusted gross income percentage threshold what amount may the 624562

Tom and Sally White, married and filing joint income tax returns, derive their entire income from the operation of their retail stationery shop. Their 2007 adjusted gross income was $100,000. The Whites itemized their deductions on Schedule A for 2007. The following unreimbursed cash expenditures were among those made by the Whites during 2007:

Repair and maintenance of motorized wheelchair for physically handicapped dependent child

$ 600

Tuition, meals, lodging at special school for physically handicapped dependent child in an institution primarily for the availability of medical care, with meals and lodging furnished as necessary incidents to that care

8,000

Without regard to the adjusted gross income percentage threshold, what amount may the Whites claim in their 2007 return as qualifying medical expenses?

  1. $8,600
  2. $8,000
  3. $ 600
  4. $0

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