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Old 04-11-2009, 03:51 PM
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Hurricane Ike

I lost numerous tree's in the storm. Cost to remove them was well over 2000.00 I also had to replace food that was lost due to loss of electricity, also had to purchase a chain saw to cut tree's off the house that would have damaged the roof had I not done that. None of this was covered by my insurance company. Can I deduct these losses on my taxes and if so where.

Can you respond to my e-mail please.



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