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Which of the following types of taxes paid are not allowable deductions on your tax return? A. use taxes B. personal property taxes C. property taxes D. state income taxes
A. use taxes
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User: Which of the following types of taxes paid are not allowable deductions on your tax return? A. use taxes B. personal property taxes C. property taxes D. state income taxes





Weegy: A. use taxes
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User: Which of the following is not one of the suggested ways to find money to invest? A. Stop a cash leak B. Set aside bonuses and tax refunds C. Continue a payment plan D. Use existing home equity

Weegy: D. use existing home equity
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