Sorry I misread your question. I have Windows so I don't know about Mac. Just put it under the top one for Medical that's what mine shows as the default. It really doesn't matter which medical tax line you pick. Just the total goes to Schedule A deductions.
volvogirl... here's what it looks like in Mac. No general "medical" option.Ron... I don't know if tax law treats insurance and supplies differently. But if not, it really shouldn't matter if you put them under Doctors, etc.
On IRS Form 1040, Schedule A, there is no line for " insurance premiums (regular and long-term care) and supplies", so why would you expect Q to have a Schedule A Tax Line assignment for such?
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