Top 5 tax-time complaints from nurses—answered!


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Tax prep is about as fun as getting a physical or renewing a driver’s license. Sorting through a year’s worth of receipts and paperwork can be confusing and leave you with the nagging feeling that you’ve missed out on meaty refund dollars or paid more than required.

Here are five insightful tax deduction tips from experts and fellow nurses that may reduce your tax pinch and ease your future filing events.

1. What do I keep and what can I toss?

2. Am I eligible for a travel deduction?

3. Why should I itemize?

4. Can I get a deduction for my education?

5. Why does this have to be SO HARD?

What to keep –>

Carlos Navarro
Carlos Navarro is a cofounder of When he and his partners began forming their company, they sought to create a single, comprehensive site where nurses could access tax-related information made relevant to their profession and then use that information to file their tax returns.

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