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April 2009

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Business Furniture in the Home

My wife periodically uses the office I maintain in my home, so I know that I will not qualify for the home-office deduction. My use of this office for my dental practice works out to about 95 percent. My question is about the $4,000 I spent on furniture and equipment outfitting the office. Can I expense that? (E.L., Scottsdale, Ariz.)


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