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contract labor paid to individual with no social security number

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      04-11-2005, 05:54 PM
what kind of substantiation should one have to support a
deduction for a contract labor amount of under $600 paid to
an individual who had no social security number, or would
the deduction be disallowed solely on the base of the
recipient having no social security number?

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