Top 10 Most Overlooked Tax Deductions

Ted Jenkin, CFP®, AAMS®, AWMA®, CRPC®, CMFC®, CRPS®
Co-CEO and Founder oXYGen Financial, Inc.
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Get the most out of your Tax Return for 2010 – Here is the list of the MOST Commonly Overlooked Tax Deductions:

  1. Miscellaneous Deductions On Your Itemized Deduction Form
    (investment and tax expenses, unreimbursed employee expenses, etc.)
  2. Business Owner Deductions
    (especially if you file a schedule C or have a single member LLC)
  3. State Sales Taxes
    (especially for individuals that live in states with no income tax)
  4. Non-Cash Charitable Contributions
    (do you really know what that bag of stuff is worth?)
  5. Teacher Expenses
    (I’ve hardly ever met a teacher who didn’t buy some supplies out of pocket)
  6. Points
    (on new mortgages and on refinancing)
  7. Mileage
    (charitable, medical, business, and moving)
  8. Private Loans
    (if you have documented and if they haven’t paid back)
  9. Student Loan Interest
    (often missed after someone graduates college)
  10. Including Reinvested Dividends To Your Cost Basis On The Sale Of A Mutual Fund
    (people often don’t include because they don’t understand)

You can also check out these articles – Tax Changes For 2010

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