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my new G27 was a business expense along w/ my CCW

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by huggytree, Dec 7, 2011.

  1. huggytree

    huggytree

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    i bought my new Glock and CCW with a check from my business

    i wasnt sure if it was a legal business expense or not. I decided id see if my accountant agree's or not.

    I work in bad neighborhoods once in a while and did a house last year where a triple homicide took place. I have heard gun shots while working on the job (core of Milwaukee)

    my accountant called today and said YES he can accept it & justify it as a business expense. He's a very conservative accountant and doesnt play tricks with my taxes. I probably over pay in taxes for his extreme caution, but i know i will never have an issue whenever i get audited.

    just thought id throw that out there for any of you business owners...you may be able to buy a gun to protect yourself at work w./ pretax $$
     
  2. Boot Stomper

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    Great gun, enjoy it. Go shoot 200 rounds. Welcome to Glock Talk. :wavey:
     

  3. DaneA

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    Hey that means that all practice rounds will be a business expense as well!!! Have fun!!!
     
  4. BailRecoveryAgent

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    Having a job where guns, ammo, holsters, and training classes are business expenses rules.

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