Can you really claim tax deductions if you do not have a receipt? 2 Answers as of November 10, 2010
Can you really claim tax deductions if you do not have a receipt? My experience with the IRS makes me highly doubtful that this is true. Do you have to go to court to get a deduction without a receipt or whatever?
David Hoines Law
| David Hoines
You can claim on your tax return, but it is your burden to prove deduction with evidence if IRS audits or challenges you.
Answer Applies to: Florida
LT Pepper Law
| Luke T. Pepper
It is not appropriate to claim certain reductions which require a receipt.
Answer Applies to: Pennsylvania
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