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Tuesday, April 04, 2006
They Wrote What Off on Their Taxes?
Actually, you can depreciate your ostrich herd if you're a breeder. But take a depletion allowance for sperm donations? List your dog as a dependent? Declare a loss for dentures you dropped in the toilet? Before you get too creative on your tax return, you might check out bankrate.com's roundup of oddball strategies.