How can I make my girlfriends nose job tax deductible for me?
My girlfriend is in the entertainment industry (modeling and fitness competitions). I'd like to get her a nose job, but make it tax deductible for me. How can I do this? My girlfriend is in the entertainment industry (modeling and fitness competitions). I'd like to get her a nose job, but make it tax deductible for me. How can I do this? Should I start a business and hire her? Is there some other way?
Asked By: Mega - 5/7/2006
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It will probably not be deductible...the only reason the stripper was able to deduct her b****t implants was that they were so freakishly large (56N), so as to put them beyond being useful for everyday life... More
Answered By: Legally Modest - 5/7/2006
Additional Answers (3)
I would talk to your accountant
Answered By: new-here - 5/7/2006
Nope, gotta get your own nosejob
Answered By: nyboi630 - 5/7/2006
Marry her and the cost will be a medical expense which can be deducted on your Schedule A. This cost will be subject to the limitation of 7.5% of your combined AGI.
Answered By: extra_37 - 5/8/2006
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