Monday, September 14, 2009

Why Isn't This Fraud IRS?

WILLIAM G. HALBY, a lawyer in New York for 40 years, specializing in tax law, frequented prostitutes and kept track of his visits in a journal and purchased pornography and books and magazines on sex therapy, apparently keeping decent documentary evidence of the costs. He then claimed medical expense deductions of $76,314 in 2004 and $49,203 in 2005 for these costs.

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