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Thanks, I did not have enough employee expenses to make a difference this year due to the 2% AGI floor. However looking more closely at my return it appears my state income taxes did me in. Guess I'm now considered "wealthy" since I'm paying AMT. I'm aware of the lack of indexing to inflation and that it generates enough revenue for the government that serious efforts to reform AMT have always fallen flat.
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