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Old 02-08-2011, 05:57 PM
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Default Tom Please Help..Desperate

Ok so I moved in June. I did 2 8829's (im using TT), it asks me the question estimate the percentage of time you spend conducting business in this home office (as opposed ot anther office).

I would think you would put 100% but it wont let me put that on both forms, it tells me the number is to large. This is new I went back and looked on my 2009 taxes and I guess it did this automatically. It doesntmatter what I change thenumbers too it doesnt change the amount of my refund. Im so confused.
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