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  1. Stuart Falk

    By and large, I find most of the posts made by the most popular points & miles travel bloggers to be of some interest, even if only aspirational. However, following these blogs through their RSS feeds and/or email, there are some such bloggers that seem to find it worthwhile to post 5-8 times per day: many of these posts are repetitive (how many times can one review the same experience?). This raises a question: Since travel by these voluminous bloggers, be it hotel stays or flights, is almost always tax deductible as a business expense, are some bloggers going too far in taking too much advantage of these taxpayer subsidized expenses and actually making posts they know to be of little interest (or repetitive) just to justify its being treated as a business expense for tax purposes?

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