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6 Quirky Tax Breaks You Probably Didn't Know Existed, From Breast Implants to Babysitters April 18 is the last day to submit individual income tax returns.

By Entrepreneur Staff

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April 18 is Tax Day, the last day that tax returns for individual income can be submitted to the federal government, with many celebrating money earned back or lamenting the money that they still owe.

Everyone has that one friend or family member who always seems to manage to find the most bizarre or out-of-the-box loopholes to get money back when it comes to filing taxes.

Tax deductions and filings can be extremely nuanced and specific, and many can miss out on potential money in the bank by overlooking deductions that they might qualify for.