Tax accountant answers whether or not you can write off the electricity you used while working from home

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This photo taken Oct. 9, 2012 shows Erin Mitchell working from her home in St. Petersburg, Fla. Which way Florida swings in presidential elections is largely due to the transient nature of its population. A constant influx of new residents, like Mitchell, can make a difference from one election cycle to the next. Mitchell moved to Florida from Boston and had lived in Chicago before that. She used to be a Democrat, then registered as a Republican and is now an independent. She voted for Republican George W. Bush in 2000, but went for Democrats John Kerry in 2004 and Barack Obama in 2008. (AP Photo/Chris O’Meara)

Tax accountant Tom Carey joins John Williams to share who gets to write off their working from home expenses and who doesn’t. Plus, Tom explains what to do if you never got your stimulus check due to identity theft and also what to do with the unemployment card you received even though you never filed for unemployment.

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