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Tuesday, December 21, 2004

86-Year Old Attorney Denied Business Expense Deduction

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In Sax v. Commissioner, T.C. Summary Opinion 2004-171 (12/20/04), the Tax Court denied a $29,000 business expense deduction claimed by an 86-year old Los Angeles attorney for lack of substantiation.

 

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