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I think the tornado is deductible. I ran across something about catastrophic stuff being deductible.

Student loan has some deductions.

Medical premiums provided they are paid with taxable income and not a cafe pre-tax plan are deductible. The formula is anything greater than 7.5% of AGI. That also includes all copays, extra stuff like blood tests and medicines. Pub 502 (?) got all the stuff)

I do not think the parking is deductible. Check it though. Your self-employment might work with that.

There are softwares that tell you about charitables that are not cash and what the IRS considers to be their value. For example, an old football is like $9.

All your tax taken out throughout the year and written on W-2 for state is deductible.

Did you move farther than 50 miles for a new job? It might be worth it to check.

By a house when you moved? Points, interest, Real and personal property taxes as well.

I did mine last night and all this junk is fresh in my mind.

Do not know anything about IRA or 403B. Dont have them.

Are you an educator? You get a deduction for that too.











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