If you’re one of the millions of Americans who’ve had to swap their office cubicle for a kitchen table, you’ve probably racked up some unusual expenses over the last fiscal year.

Sure, you’ve saved money on your commute, lunches, and dry cleaning (after all, you’re mostly wearing sweats these days), but you’ve also shelled out for some unexpected costs. Maybe that bar stool you were using as a desk chair did a number on your back, forcing you to spring for something more … ergonomic. Or maybe your utility bills have gone through the roof now that you’re spending so much time indoors.

The question is, can you write off these things on your taxes?

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Rick Epple, CFP(r), CeFT (r)