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Sorry if this question is redundant. (I did search the topic first...honest).

I am itemizing my expenses and would like to know if mutual fund fees and expenses can be included as a misc. deduction.

If so, how would you know the exact amount to claim since the fees are expressed as a percentage of assests, and the value of those assests fluctuate throughout the year and you never receive a bill or a withdrawl directly from your account for the exact amount?

Does this make sense?


Thanks for any guidance in this matter,

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