Income Tax Tips/Hints

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    Hello everyone-

    Wishing everyone a fruitful new year!

    This will be the first time I file taxes as an RN, I am a single dude, no kids and no house yet. I am not sure what I can write off in my taxes to help me ease any painful payback!

    Any tips/hints from past experiences?

    Eddie
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    Is this ok???
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    Sounds like something you should be asking an accountant. I know you can deduct student loan interest and work-related expenses. For me, as a home health nurse, I deduct the difference between my mileage reimbursement rate ($0.40) and the federal reimbursement rate ($0.56).
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    I agree, you probably need to chat with a tax prep person, but I do know you can deduct the cost of professional licensure. So for a new nurse, BON license fees and what you paid Pearson for the NCLEX
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    Quote from EMEddie
    Hello everyone-

    Wishing everyone a fruitful new year!

    This will be the first time I file taxes as an RN, I am a single dude, no kids and no house yet. I am not sure what I can write off in my taxes to help me ease any painful payback!

    Any tips/hints from past experiences?

    Eddie
    Oh, the terrible burden of making more money....

    Unless you did something idiotic like claiming 10 exemptions on your W-4, you should be fine and an accountant will be happy to take more of your hard earned money to do your ridiculously easy taxes.

    While I am not endorsing any product or giving you any advice, I have been using Turbotax since 1999 and have not yet been bankrupted by taxes or gone to jail.

    Good luck!
    Last edit by ArtClassRN on Jan 4 : Reason: typo
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