The Global IVF team understands that a major stress for many intended parents is the high cost of fertility treatments. Intended parents might seek assistance through IVF scholarships or by traveling for treatment, but no U.S. tax credit is currently in place to help reduce the financial burden of fertility treatments. A bill has been introduced to the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives that will help lesson the cost of medical fertility treatments. The Family Act of 2011, S 965/ H.R. 3522 will create a tax credit for the out-of-pocket costs associated with infertility medical treatment. If passed, this bill will help support countless couples struggling with infertility.
You can help support this bill! Write your representatives today explaining why the Family Act of 2011 is important to you. RESOLVE offers easy forms and sample letters to help you reach your Senators and Representative today.