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SSTB- personal trainers and yoga instructors seem to fit the other businesses whose owners/employees use their "skill" to operate, AGREE, DISAGREE.

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Disagree.  It's meant to be narrowly defined.  The preamble and final regs are very clear about that.

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Disagree.  It's meant to be narrowly defined.  The preamble and final regs are very clear about that.

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Now I have to go look up the Regs?  Research?  Educate myself?
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If this is a poll, I'll also cast a vote for disagree.  It's amazing how something so simple as giving a 20% deduction for a business has been made so complicated.  Is it a business?  But is it really a business?  But what kind of business is it, because if it isn't the right kind of business, we might just have to jump through a few more hoops.  Is tax season almost over yet?

ex-AllStar, ex-Lutefisk taste taster, ex-ACME product tester
and ex marks the spot where those rocks and anvils hit me.
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