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Sorry in advance if this is the wrong forum.

My company has a stock purchase plan and I have a small amount of company stock ($500). I received a dividend of $8.00 via wire transfer to my checking account. I just found out that my bank charges $10 for incoming wire transfers. What a bum deal! Its only a small amount so maybe not worth worrying about but I'm a bit upset just on principal.

I guess my question is: can I deduct the wire transfer fee from my taxes?
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