The Frontstretch: Top Ten NASCAR Related Deductions Submitted to the IRS by Jeff Meyer -- Wednesday April 9, 2008

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Top Ten NASCAR Related Deductions Submitted to the IRS

Frontstretch Top Ten · Jeff Meyer · Wednesday April 9, 2008

 

Jeremy Mayfield and Ward Burton, two drivers doing everything they can to save some extra cash from the IRS.

10. $450.00 for new shorts and driver's suit, by Michael McDowell. (Uniforms and Work Clothes)

9. $1500.00 for the complete set of "Deep Thoughts" works by Jack Handey, submitted by Brian France. (Work-Related Educational Expenses)

8. $750.00 for resumes from Fed Ex / Kinko’s, submitted by Jeremy Mayfield. (Moving Expenses)

7. $5000.00 submitted by Chip Ganassi for several copies of Rosetta Stone; Espanol (Latin America) for his entire staff. (Work-Related Educational Expenses)

6. 1 million dollars, submitted by Rosetta Stone, for Research and Development into a teaching guide for future employers of Ward Burton. (Rumored to be called “Burtonese”)

5. $79.95 for the deluxe Trackpass package, submitted by Carl Edwards' suspended crew chief, Bob Osborne, so he can work from home. (Unreimbursed Employee Expense)

4. $50.00 to $250.00 (depending on the “tat”) by thousands of Dale Earnhardt, Jr. fans to artfully add another “8” to existing tattoos. (Medical Expenses)

3. $50,000, described as “donations” to members of the National Stock Car Racing Commission, submitted by Robby Gordon. (Charitable Contributions and/or Legal Expenses)

2. Various amounts, depending on the price of a bus pass in whichever city they happen to live in, submitted by Ward Burton, Shane Hmiel, Kevin Grubb, Ricky Craven, et al. (Local Transportation)

1. $2500.00 to the Richard Petty Driving Experience, submitted by Kyle Petty. (Work-related Educational Expenses)

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Lisa
04/12/2008 01:11 AM
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LMAO!! Classic, Jeff!!!

I wonder if Carl Edwards can submit for commuting expenses…he DID bike from Columbia MO to St. Louis for the Gateway race last year…bicycle maintenance????

 

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