Employee Business Expenses and Other Miscellaneous Deductions

Lecture Content

This is the fourth lecture in our four-part series on itemized deductions. Here we explore rules for claiming employee business expenses and other miscellaneous deduction items.

Topics Covered

* Unreimbursed employee business expenses
* Rules for deducting local transportation expenses
* Meal and entertainment expenses
* Travel for business and personal reasons
* Accountable vs. nonaccountable employer plans
* Business gifts
* Work related education expenses
* Job search expenses
* Rules relating to home office expenses
* How to compete Form 2106 Employee Business Expenses
* Accountable vs. nonaccountable employer reimbursement plans
* Record-keeping requirements
* Deducting tax preparation fees
* Other miscellaneous itemized deductions
* Limits on itemized deductions and exemption deductions
* Affect of AMT on deductibility of certain itemized deductions
* Nondeductible expenses

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* The IRS
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* Oregon Tax Board,
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