Tax Breaks for Breast Feeding Supplies

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Nursing mothers who breastfeed their infants have cause to be happy. After a hotly disputed contention with pediatricians and breastfeeding advocates, the IRS has fnally agreed to grant tax breaks for breastfeeding equipment like breast pumps, pads, bottles and the like. This tax break will be granted for expenses made in 2010.

This rule would allow nursing mothers to use pretax money from their fexible spending accounts to pay for the cost of breast pumps and other supplies. If you do not have a fexible spending account, you can deduct the cost of breastfeeding supplies on two conditions...

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