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Politician - Out Of Pocket Expenses

Elected officials who incur out of pocket expenses in excess of any allowances received from the government may deduct as a miscellaneous itemized deduction on IRS Schedule A subject to the 2% limitation. Examples of out of pocket political expenses are office rent, salaries, supplies.

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