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Typically, this type of agreement would be seen as a contribution to the corporation from the owner, or if you documented it as a loan it would be a shareholder loan
You, unfortunately, cannot deduct the payments made personally because they weren't made through the business.
You don't even think it's deductible on Schedule A as a Miscellaneous Itemized Deduction?
You can deduct employee business expenses as a schedule a deduction
but if you were an owner you weren't really an employee
Since when can't the owner of a C corp also be an employee?
Were you an employee? Did you get paid on a W-2?
well no, there was no W-2.
Then you were not an employee.
Sometimes, owners are paid a salary on W-2
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Not the answer I was hoping for. Thanks.