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This break let teachers deduct up to $250 of unreimbursed expenses.

She says she'll deduct the lost days in service from her next payment.

You can deduct points in the year you pay them if you meet certain criteria.

Did you know you might be able to deduct the interest you paid on student loans?

What you can deduct depends on how much you use the place personally versus renting it out.

Companies would still get to deduct health care premiums for employees from the calculation.

If you itemize, you're allowed to either deduct state income taxes or state sales taxes you paid.

Recently, an exotic dancer in the U.S. was able to deduct the cost of her breast implants as a business expense.

Because we have a home-based business, we can deduct a proportion of our rent as an expense when we do our income tax.

Because she has to travel all over the place for her work , she can deduct her car as a business expense.

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Save all your receipts when you buy office supplies because you can deduct them when you do your income tax.

The profits are lower than they appear because you have to deduct for the administrators' extravagant achievement bonuses.

Fran Lebowitz once suggested that if you are truly serious about preparing your child for the future, don't teach him to subtract - teach him to deduct.

We leased a computer rather than buying it for our home business so that we could deduct the cost from our income tax.

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