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Thank you for the explanation. It can be argued that the things I use could be used for personal use. It is just unfortunate because I do spend a lot of money trying to look good which is important in camming. However, where are the limits to this? Even if I get a camera couldn't it be argued...
Thank you Amber Cutie.
I was thinking of going to H&R Block but I am not sure if they would know about camming (and it might get awkward lol)
I was reading off this list -
They had listed many items but I just wanted...
So I just finished my first year of camming and now I have to file taxes for my first time for camming. I am wondering what we can we can write off?
I spend about 300 per month on hair alone