I would argue that the balance transfer fee is a personal expense and not at all deductible.Why?Certainly seems like an expense for an investment to me. But I'm not an expert on this.The future interest paid on the balance transfer fee would likewise be nondeductible. Usually there isn't interest on fees - the fees get paid on the next billing cycle.
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