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b.Assume the same facts as in part a, except that Kweisi’s employer has anonaccountable reimbursement plan and Kweisi receives $4,500 from the planto pay for his business expenses.
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Chapter 8: Taxation of Individuals8-4957.Trevor is an English professor at Clayton College. His adjusted gross incomefor the year is $58,000 including $5,000 he won at the racetrack. Trevor incursthe following during the year:Investment advice$ 550Subscriptions to academic journals240Dues to academic organizations275Attorney fee for tax advice relating to his divorce325Parking at the university100Safe-deposit box75Gambling losses450Sport coats worn exclusively at work750What is Trevor’s allowable miscellaneous itemized deduction?
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