The IRS has clarified the rules concerning a new 2.3% excise on certain medical devices. (IRS Notice 2012-77)
Beginning in 2013, the tax is imposed on manufacturers and importers but doesn’t directly affect individual consumers. The list of devices subject to the new tax ranges from pacemakers to tongue depressors, but eyeglasses, contact lenses, hearing aids and prosthetics are specifically exempted.
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