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Mark89unc, are you perhaps trying to avoid an audit? Are, and my customary apologies if I am wrong, you trying to claim lots and lots of deductions?

To answer your question honestly, your principal deductions would be mortgage interest, state income tax, and gifts to charity. If you tithe to your church, these might run $10,000, $5000, and $10,000 respectively. For unreimbursed employee business expenses, basically forget it.
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