5 Ways to Pay for IVF

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Since most health insurance plans do not cover In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), the cost, averaging over $13,000, can be daunting. Paying for it may take creativity and planning. Consider the following five options:

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3 comments

  1. What does Tax Deductible mean ?? I have done my taxes before but never seen or heard of it . I make enough to take care of me and my child , its just too much to get to that point

  2. That is a lot for IVF!

  3. Avatar of Lulu Lulu says:

    Doing just about NAY medical thing is cheaper abroad. It makes sense the same applies to IVF. It’s interesting that this treatment is tax deductible too.

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