Fadeley v. Comr., T.C. Memo. 2008-235

(deductions denied for various business and personal expenses due to lack of substantiation, and expenses for which taxpayer’s wife could have received reimbursement from her employer are not deductible; use of portion of residence both for personal and business purposes does not meet exclusive use test; alleged farming activity did not constitute trade or business).

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