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||[Jul. 10th, 2005|12:55 am]
Successful porn stars can make as much as $100,000 to have their sexual organs molded, copyrighted and sold. - Each sex toy.
does anyone know if you can get a receipt for a boob job?
I bet a porn star could because she got it for work.
hmm I bet strippers could to then.
Can you claim that on your taxes?
Exotic dancer and movie star..yeah I bet you could use either as a title. Since the surgery is to better your career, I'm sure there's a loophole for it. Both careers are legal, so they must be taxable.
Right? I'm an actor.. just not a movie star. I imagine that acting still counts.
Definately worth looking into if you are interested in the surgery. I bet at least a percentage is deductable.
Totally. I've always wanted 34 D boobs.
that's me when I'm normal. I'm overweight at the moment and suffering w/ DD's...immediately after pregnancy..blah my DDD bras were too small
How could you be overweight and be a 34 D? I mean maybe a 40 D? You don't look overweight.
No...at my normal weight that's me. Right now I weigh around 180 and I'm 38DD. Thanks, I take good pics ;) heh heh lots were tried and deleted because they showed fat. I love that pic. I was heavier then than I am now, but looked thin in that instant!
We should diet together. ;)
I gotta wait until I get healthy though, wouoldn't do me any good now.
I was focusing on the 34 part and I was like "Not possible!
I don't picture you needing to diet. I see you as a pettite, fiery, redhead, either singing in an evening gown on stage Broadway or playing violin in a maroon, soft, flowing, long dress in an outside auditorium. lol or in jeans and comfy shirt wrestling your son ;)
Hehe. Yes, I can see all of that. ;) And have done a bit of it.. unfortunately, the Agents that I am planning on meeting with in the next six months who will sned me on auditions would see me much needing of a diet to get their representation.. you know. Becaujse I'm not a size four. -- And you are certainly NOT in need of a diet at all.. but even people that don't need it sometimes want to, so it can be fun to go in together for it. :)
However, none can top the deduction of Chesty Morgan, an enterprising stripper from Detroit, who sought to claim her breast implants as a medical expense. A tax court judge busted Chesty on that one, but he did her a bigger favor by allowing her to write off the operation as an un-reimbursed business expense. (As a medical deduction, Chesty would have only been allowed to write off the operation if her costs exceeded a whopping 7.5 percent of her income. Business write-offs can be claimed if they top just 2 percent of her pay, so they're more valuable.)
The ruling quickly caught the attention of tax professionals nationwide.
"Everyone had something to say about it," recalls Joseph Anthony, a tax preparer in Portland, Ore. "Taxes can get pretty dry sometimes, but when something comes up with strippers, all the guy tax pros can't wait to put in their two cents."
And, of course, once someone gets away with something, everyone wants to try it.
*checks it out,a nd booksmarks for later*