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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by nt1, May 18, 2006.
Would sunblock be considered a legal deduction?
I go through a few bottles every season.
It sure is!
I just bought $300 worth of sun screen wipes and I will write it off.
I have never tried that one,but hey you mine as well try...all your accountant can say is no.
A few bottles? What that set you back? Five bucks?
Go ahead wite it off. Live a little!
anything that you need or use in the corse of doing business should be a deduction
the fact that you ask a question like that gets me angry...Be careful make sure you only use that sunscreen for work purposes or you might get audited
Well, I am usually conservative with my deductions but it never hurts to use any legal deduction be it small or large.
Seasonal cost of sunblock runs about $50 to $70. So it is not exactly breaking the bank.
I suppose it is a "neccesary expense for this line of work".
In any case I started this thread thinking it might spark a list others "small deductions" that I might not have considered.
Thanks for the replies!