Court Voids Odd Write-offs

Tax Court has rejected an unusual claim for write-offs of urine testing, ethics coaching and other expenses by a Nova Scotia pharmacist cited for misconduct. A Cape Breton chemist tried to claim nearly $5,000 in write-offs following disciplinary hearings of the Nova Scotia College of Pharmacists: ‘She argued the expenses were deductible’.

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