Expenses from fostering animals can be deducted, tax court rules

01/7/2013 | Discovery

The U.S. Tax Court has concluded that people can deduct some of the expense of fostering a pet for an approved charity. The ruling was the culmination of a case in which a woman sued the Internal Revenue Service commissioner disputing the assertion that she could not claim a $12,068 charitable contribution for expenses she incurred while caring for foster pets in her home.

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