Are write-offs tax deductible?
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Is the difference between my set rate and what insurance companies reimburse tax deductible? 

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    Gillian

    Hi Regan, that's a great question. While we always recommend consulting with a tax professional for the best advice, you typically cannot write off monies not received on your taxes.

    Hi Regan, that's a great question. While we always recommend consulting with a tax professional for the best advice, you typically cannot write off monies not received on your taxes.

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    Kathy Harting

    Can you write off people that essentially "skipped town?"....had a session, but didn't pay and won't respond to invoices sent out? I've heard it's a sticky wicket and not recommended to add that they could be sent to collections. But, o would think you could write off non-payment for services rendered....

    Can you write off people that essentially "skipped town?"....had a session, but didn't pay and won't respond to invoices sent out? I've heard it's a sticky wicket and not recommended to add that they could be sent to collections. But, o would think you could write off non-payment for services rendered....

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    Elizabeth Weisinger

    Hi Kathy! Similar to the above answer, you can't write off monies not received. For clients with Past Due balances, I'd recommend reaching out using one of our Letter Templates, which can be found in the Help Center by searching at the top of this page.

    Hi Kathy! Similar to the above answer, you can't write off monies not received. For clients with Past Due balances, I'd recommend reaching out using one of our Letter Templates, which can be found in the Help Center by searching at the top of this page.