Sun. Oct 2nd, 2022
The Romneys declared a loss of $77,000 on their 2010 tax returns for the share in the care and feeding of Rafalca, which Mrs. Romney co-owns with 2 other people.
On the other hand, a $77,000 tax deduction for a dressage horse may be politically troubling in a country where the 2010 median household income was $49,000.

By Ana Grarian

50+ hippy chick from NY - STATE - and yes, I'm sensitive about that.

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Ken Carman
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10 years ago

I’m curious how you deduct for a horse. Did they declare this a business? A business can deduct almost anything, in fact I’m quite frugal when it comes to that because I think one should be honest. What an antique that philosophy is! I’m sorry, horses are 99.9% of the time a HOBBY.

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Reply to  Ana Grarian
10 years ago

Maybe they WERE the feed?

Olympics for horses?

Ken Carman
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10 years ago

So he wore a dress made out of spices? (Dress sage?) Kidding! Not quite sure what they are. Will Google tomorrow.

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Reply to  Ana Grarian
10 years ago

Looked it up on Google. Kind of like the trials they put sheep dogs through, in a way, also like diving where the judges give scores for each move.

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