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  • #16
    For my practice we rotate weeks of being on call from home which requires you to remotely log in into the EMR and such. I also have a room that I never use except for this work. Can I also deduct that room as office space since I am essentially taking call from home and making myself available? Also, the computer is mine and needs an upgrade. Can I deduct the cost of a new computer and internet bill as well?

     

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    • #17


      Are you offering or are you already booked out? If so message me rates as I am curious.
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      I've messaged you.
      Working to protect good doctors from bad advisors. Fox & Co CPAs, Fox & Co Wealth Mgmt. 270-247-6087

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        For my practice we rotate weeks of being on call from home which requires you to remotely log in into the EMR and such. I also have a room that I never use except for this work. Can I also deduct that room as office space since I am essentially taking call from home and making myself available? Also, the computer is mine and needs an upgrade. Can I deduct the cost of a new computer and internet bill as well?
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        Not enough information to know, but I think probably not.
        Working to protect good doctors from bad advisors. Fox & Co CPAs, Fox & Co Wealth Mgmt. 270-247-6087

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        • #19
          @I Find this Humerus You might be able to deduct your home office. It depends if you are a W2 employee or independent contractor.

          If you are a W2 employee, you working at home has to be for the convenience of your employer and you have to spend more than half of your time there.

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