How to Write Off Your Clothing and Laundry Expenses

Start saving with these simple tactics.
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Part of tax planning is knowing all of your options and doing even the littlest of things that will help you get more money back. 

In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Mark Kohler teaches you how to write off clothing and laundry expenses. 

He explains the three conditions you must meet to get your clothing deducted, such as having a required uniform for work, a distinctive or protective element to the clothes and the inability to wear it as regular clothing. 

Although getting a write-off for your clothing might be difficult, laundry is much easier. If you're simply traveling for business, you can write-off any laundry-related expenses. 

Click play to learn how you can start saving. 

Watch more informative videos from Mark J. Kohler on his YouTube channel.

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