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  1. #1
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    Claiming Driveway Repair

    Hi all! Anyone know if we can claim repair to driveways that the parents use daily? Ours is paved and we fill cracks and re-seal each year to hold off on having to repave the whole thing. Total is about $400... any opinions? Thanks

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    You can claim percentage of maintenance cost. Same percentage you claim base on sq ft of house used for day care is apply to maintenance cost. Same percentage used for power, heat, water.

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