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No receipts for IRS? Key tax case says they're optional: Clients may not need to present receipts when claiming tax deductions if they can prove those tax-deductible expenses using some other means, according to Forbes. A recent tax case overturned an IRS decision to disapprove a taxpayer's deduction claims because of a lack of receipts may have set the precedent for others to file without documentation. An appeals court argued that the IRS should allow the deductions if taxpayers can present "other credible evidence" to prove they really incurred the expenses. -- Forbes

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