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Subject: TAX write offs Date: 12/3/2001 8:50 PM
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I am starting a business in January and am gathering all the equipment, reference material office eqip etc. My brother upgraded my computer (hardware and software)which I paid him a total of approximately 634.00. He bought and did all the work. Therefore, I gave him a check for the above total and he gave me a reciept for the work printed out on his computer. However, he does not an actual business and does this strictly on the side. Can I claim this on my income tax using this reciept even though it was not bought from an actual business entity or do I need each individual reciept for each specific part from the manufactor or vendor.
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