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Avoiding Taxes The Legal (Crazy) Way

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These cuddly kittens might be tax deductible--if you have enough of them. In 2004, an owner of 70 cats tried to write off $12,068 in pet-related expenses. Though the IRS initially refused her claims, she sued and was able to get most of the expenses deducted.
These cuddly kittens might be tax deductible--if you have enough of them. In 2004, an owner of 70 cats tried to write off $12,068 in pet-related expenses. Though the IRS initially refused her claims, she sued and was able to get most of the expenses deducted.

The truth is, there are a huge range of things you're allowed to write off from your taxes if you can make some kind of argument.

And some of them are truly insane.

Read the whole story at Cracked.com

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