Can I deduct clothing that’s used by my clients in photoshoots?

 

Can I deduct clothing that’s used by my clients in photoshoots?

Answer: You cannot deduct the clothing that you (the photographer) wears, however if you buy or rent clothing for a special shoot, you can deduct those “props” as a business expense.

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