Relax—dental expenses may be tax deductible! It’s just one of the most commonly overlooked deductions that could cost you at tax time!
Jackson Hewitt® can help you find all of the deductions and credits you deserve, including those hard-to-find and commonly overlooked tax deductions. And, getting every deduction and credit you’re entitled to can mean more money in your pocket.
Some commonly overlooked deductions include:
• Fees for tax preparation and advice (yes, even your Jackson Hewitt tax preparation can be a deduction)
• Education expenses you paid to maintain or improve your job skills
• Points paid on mortgage or refinancing
• Services of a housekeeper, maid, or cook needed to run your home for the benefit of a qualifying dependent while you work
• Mileage incurred in performing charitable activities
• Cellular phones required for business
• Taxes paid to a foreign government
• Equipment for disabled or handicapped individuals
• General sales tax deduction (including large items such as cars or boats) in lieu of the income tax deduction
For a complete listing of our Top 50 Overlooked Tax Deductions check out the Tax Resource section on JacksonHewitt.com.


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