Okay... rare double header here. Usually, I take a bit of a breather between postings--but I couldn't wait on this article.
Basically, Nurse deducts student loans for MBA on annual tax return. She is called out by the IRS. She challenges the IRS, sans attorney, and WINS!
I don't do tax. But, something tells me that his little decision, although not binding on the courts, can be considered persuasive in deducting law school tuition and/or loans as a business expense or something. I don't know. Any thoughts????
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