Reporting Emily Smith
NEW YORK (CBS 2) — How can you get that fairy tale experience but not pay through the roof? The author of “The Tax-Deductible Wedding,” Sabrina Rivers, joins CBS 2’s Emily Smith with tips on how to write certain things off from the wedding.
What a great idea for saving money during these hard economic times. Sabrina Rivers has got it so right with this book So many useful tips.. I am going to tell everyone who is getting married to buy it.
Make sure you marry the right women or you will have a lifetime of money problems far worse than any tax consideration.
Enough electric shock treatments will solve any behavioral problems. All you need is a basement and electricity.
This is tacky. Stay within your budget and you wont have to worry about abusing loopholes in the tax system. Also a good way to raise some red flags at the IRS and get audited, so hope that all your other taxes are in order or you’ll end up spending more on fines than you were able to deduct.
This is the worst kind of abuse. What could be more personal than a wedding? Will the author’s next book be “How to hide your money offshore?”