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My son is a 1st year law student and has taken a loan in his name and doesn't live with us. I purchased a laptop for school for him, can I claim that?

 
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My son is a 1st year law student and has taken a loan in his name and doesn't live with us. I purchased a laptop for school for him, can I claim that?

No, it would be a very nice gift for you to have given him, but not deductible for you.

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My son is a 1st year law student and has taken a loan in his name and doesn't live with us. I purchased a laptop for school for him, can I claim that?

No, it would be a very nice gift for you to have given him, but not deductible for you.

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