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January 15, 2009


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If you have 2 or more of these, you should probably consult a professional. I don't think the $50 software/online DIY tax tools will help with these. Child care and student interest are still straight forward enough, but reservist travel expense or refinancing points? Don't think those are covered.

I have a question, can I "write-off" all my bank fees on my taxes ??? It has been a rough year and I accumulated aprox- $10,000 in various bank fees !!! (EX- nsf , over-draft , service , return check fees ,etc...)

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