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Ask The Career Engineer: 2014 Tax Deductions for Your Job Hunt

TaxtimeonlyResume preparation, resume copies, career coaching, travel to interviews, joining networking group! Are any of these items “tax deductible? The Career Engineer shares “gentle” Tax Tips and Career Boosters during ….Tax Time.  Remember to talk with your tax advisor to discuss your unique situation and to obtain the right deductions for you.

Check Out These Overlooked Tax Deductions (Source, IRS.gov)

  • Job search in your current occupation COULD BE tax-deductible. (Key word = Current Occupation).
  • You can deduct amounts you spend for preparing and mailing copies of your résumé.
  • If you travel to an area to look for a new job you may be able to deduct travel expenses to and from the area.
  • The amount of job search expenses that you can claim on your tax return is LIMITED.
  • Records and Receipts – key point “current industry”.
  • The IRS and LOTS of companies are hiring nationwide: http://irs.usajobs.gov/

For more information about job search expenses, see IRS Publication 529, Miscellaneous Deductions. This publication is available on www.irs.gov or by calling 800-TAX-FORM (800-829-3676). Click this website for specific details on Job Search Expenses 

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