Jan 27

Tip For Deducting An MP3 Player From Your Taxes

On average, Americans pay the IRS $400 more than necessary every year because they’ve missed tax breaks and savings incentives. Here's a helpful site that addresses in a clear manner some of the things you do to lower your taxes this year: H&R Block's National Tax Advice Day. Among the tips there:

In some situations you can deduct the cost of an MP3 player. For example, purchase your MP3 player through your business and if you meet the IRS business-use test, then the business use is deductible.

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  • Deducting An MP3 Player From Your Taxes

    An iPod nano for Christmas---$134
    A good accountant-- priceless:

    Jan 27