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No. Unreimbursed business expenses are no longer deductible by employees as of tax year 2018: "The Tax Cut and Jobs Act made many sweeping changes to the U.S. tax system. One of the biggest changes under this new law was the elimination of the deduction unreimbursed employee business expenses beginning with 2018 tax returns. This effectively means ...


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The IRS allows travel deductions for "temporary assignments" which it considers as job assignments outside of your tax home (i.e. not in the city or region where you normally work) which are expected to last for 1 year or less. So, for instance, if you normally work in New York but you will be traveling to Los Angeles for 6 months, that counts as a ...


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