What expenses are not considered reimbursable business expenses?

Clothing which is adaptable for general wear, one subscription to a local newspaper (which the IRS claims must be personal), magazine subscriptions, tapes, and books which are purchased for personal reasons, travel expenses which relate to anyone other than the person earning an income, commuting miles, contributions, tithes, offerings, tuition expenses for your dependents, education expenses which do not relate to your ministry, taxes, or personal use of your computer.

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