I've read the section on "Deductions for Home Computers", and the "Office-in-Home Deduction"series. Excellent. My particular situation isalmost covered by these articles, but not quite.I think I have pieced together an answer from thedifferent examples given.I do home visits at a Physical Therapist. I makemy appointments mostly from home, and use our homecomputer to produce my assessments, reports, etc.Most days I do not go to the office (not required, aslong as I am producing enough hours on the homevisits). I have a desk at the office, and accessto a shared computer. However, many of my days allowme no time to go to the office, and so I simply gofrom my last visit to home, and complete my write-upsthere at night. On Fridays I spend most of my day at home doing write-ups I was not able to complete during the week (the office is 32 miles away!). Can I claim the percentage I use the computerfor work-related activities as a deduction?Thanks in advance.
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