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Education Deductions

Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Q: I own a landscape business and want to get certified as a green grower.
The certification requires me to take classes, which cost money. And I

must pay a certification fee. Can I deduct those costs as business expenses?

A: Yes, all of those costs are legitimate tax deductions for your business.

In fact, if you take additional classes as part of your continuing education in the landscape industry, you can also deduct those costs. And if you’re required to pay an annual fee to maintain your green certification, that cost is also deductible.

3 Comments

  1. 3 Eliza Francisco 24 Jun

    This production clarifies tax cuts that might be accessible to you in the event that you are putting something aside for or paying training costs for yourself or, by and large, another understudy who is an individual from your close family.  Most advantages apply.

  2. 2 Andy 06 Dec
    Great post!
  3. 1 Albert Adam 18 Sep

    Great post!

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