OMG... I bookmarked the link so I can read some of the questions just for entertainment. Gotta' go look at THAT one 😂
Why are they asking the OP to clarify? It's plain as daylight it's a "new face", for crying out loud! 😂
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Lol, this must be a fill-in-the-blank exercise. Even though there's more of a case now to argue that costs of face masks may qualify as medical expense under §213 and based on previous rulings, there is no definitive guidance and the tax benefits would just be marginal.
If we are to take it at face value, perhaps someone will tell the OP the cost of the new face may qualify if it's medically necessary to fix the broken face. 🙄
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Smartphone face/cellphone face or “Phone Face” is a term increasingly used to describe the overall shortening of the neck muscles along with a diagonal, gravitational pull on the jowls and neck skin whenever a person spends hours-upon-hours looking down at their smart phone, reading device, laptop or tablet
I guess we have to face that fact that the question is unique. I'm guessing they maybe got their face broken by someone that took offense to them not wearing a mask in public. If it had been posted here, my guess would have been that they broke their face by attempting to smile. We all know that a sense of humor is lacking by a lot of folks posting questions here.
Ukraine - hang in there
@IRonMaN "We all know that a sense of humor is lacking by a lot of folks posting questions here."
The more you know about Asperger"s Syndrome, the less difficulty you have in understanding many of the people who find a home in the accounting profession.