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02-10-2011 04:17 PM
TomCopeland If the parent supplies all the food for a meal (formula) then you can't claim this as a business deduction. But if you provide any part of the meal, you can.





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02-10-2011 09:54 AM
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02-10-2011 06:55 AM
proudarmywifewith4 Tom, a food tax question.

I've heard that I could claim food I feed babies (formula, breast milk, baby food) as a standard deduction even if I don't actually buy the formula/baby food. I've never claimed infants in the past, until I started giving table foods, so I wanted to check and see which is correct in this case?

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