The most outrageous tax deductions of 2017

The most outrageous tax deductions of 2017

Tuesday, January 31, 2017
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The most outrageous tax deductions of 2017

There are a number of reasons taxpayers hire professionals to prepare their returns – and one of the best is to prevent them from trying to claim truly ridiculous things in their filings.

With that in mind, the Minnesota Society of CPAs surveys its members every year to find out the strangest tax deductions their clients have tried to claim over the past year – and here are the most recent results.

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