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I have a client who had to travel to handle executor duties. Where do I enter his travel expenses?

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On the expense report he turns in to the estate for reimbursement.


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On the expense report he turns in to the estate for reimbursement.


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Jinx.
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On the reimbursement request submitted to the estate?

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Sorry, she beat you so she gets the point.
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No worries, I don't play for points.
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Just as well, we know how much they're worth. :smiling_imp::smiling_imp:

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You mean they are worthless?  What are you going to tell me next, Santa isn't real?  How about the tooth fairy?  The Easter Bunny?  I'm not even going to bring up Bigfoot.
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I spend mine on travel.  For 500 points you can get to Minnesota.  Well, 500 points plus the cost of a rental car.  And gas.  And lodging.  You can also go to Ohio, New Jersey and Texas.
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For federal purposes, I think he or she is out of luck. 

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