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Hidden Tax Write-Offs for Freelancers

Maximize and safe-guard your return with these tax tips

By Jennifer Pullinger - January 10, 2011

Is it April already? Not quite, but it is the season of dread, otherwise known as tax season. So as you scour your files for errant receipts, collect your 1099's, and finally figure out if you can claim your home office as a business expense, now is the time you should also explore whether you are missing out on other, lesser known deductions. Plus, there are new "twists" on well-known deductions for your 2010 return.


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