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10/06/2010

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I work and have a home based type business (party plan) and do prttey well with it, as well as my regular "day job" which I have had to cut back on hours because the home business is doing so well.I file together, using a schedule SE for my home business to take the deductions out such as mileage (a HUGE deductions) airfare and hotel for training events, and usually after the mileage is calculated I wind up owing nothing on my home based business. I also deduct postage and advertising expenses, and office supplies, demo products, and any losses such as damaged or broken items I write them off.I do travel quite a distance to do my parties, several times a week.You cannot deduct clothing or dining expenses, or "fluff" your deductions, it will set off a big red flag, so be very careful that you only deduct what you actually can legally. Was this answer helpful?

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