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Answer to Question #53721 in Other Economics for icy

Question #53721
When preparing a client’s tax return they informed you that they had taken an overseas trip for business purposes and on the basis of it being a legitimate expense the costs were included as a deduction.
When the client came to review and sign the tax return photographs of the trip were shown to you that showed the client and the family sightseeing in Europe.
What would you do at this point?
Expert's answer
If the client came to review and sign the tax return photographs of the trip were shown to you that showed the client and the family sightseeing in Europe, then the tax return is not possible and the client gave the incorrect information to save his money, so the tax return shouldn't be processed at this point.

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