[REPOST] Airline Miles and your Income Taxes

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It’s that time of the year again. The 1099’s, W2’s and other tax forms have started showing up in the mail or email. This is also about that time I start getting questions form my readers and friends about the tax implications of all the miles they have earned or redeemed. I posted this article on taxes last year and to the best of my knowledge, there have been no changes to the tax law that would impact your taxes in any way, by way of miles. Read on…

From April 2010: Airline Miles and your Income Taxes

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