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Old 02-26-2013, 10:46 PM
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Question for Tom: Do I need to measure out the closets in my house? I've done all the rooms, hallways, ect- right now I've left out the closets but I was curious of I need to get in and measure those as well to calculate the space ratio? Thanks!
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Count the space in the closets as part of the room they are in.
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Count the space in the closets as part of the room they are in.
I have a hall clost that I turned into exclusive daycare space. I measured the tiny thing and counted it as exclusive. Is that OK?
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I have a hall clost that I turned into exclusive daycare space. I measured the tiny thing and counted it as exclusive. Is that OK?
Yes you can.
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So I need to measure the bedroom, and then measure and add each closet as well? Bleh- I thought I was done!

Thanks for your help, Tom!
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So I need to measure the bedroom, and then measure and add each closet as well? Bleh- I thought I was done!

Thanks for your help, Tom!
Yes. Tax work always seems unending.
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