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Moving self employeed LLC from one state to another (500+ mile move)

Hello. My wife owns a videography business that was situation in state A, and is now in state B about 550 miles away. We no longer own the old home (included a small home office) and have now bought a new home in state B.

 

We moved to state B for my full time job, but my wife naturally opened her business up here and transferred marketing to state B to generate new leads/business for herself.

 

What if anything are we allowed to claim from the cost of the movers) (we paid out of pocket for the move/hotels/dog boarding, etc.)

 

I am hoping we can claim something as the move was delayed due to the prior homeowners causing an issue and we had to pay a considerable large amount of money than originally anticipated to keep the movers in town for a few additional days.

 

Thanks for all your help!

 

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DoninGA
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Moving self employeed LLC from one state to another (500+ mile move)

Moving expenses are no longer deductible on a federal tax return due to the tax code changes for years 2018 thru 2025.  Except for active duty military on Permanent Change of Station orders.

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DoninGA
Level 15

Moving self employeed LLC from one state to another (500+ mile move)

Moving expenses are no longer deductible on a federal tax return due to the tax code changes for years 2018 thru 2025.  Except for active duty military on Permanent Change of Station orders.

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Level 1

Moving self employeed LLC from one state to another (500+ mile move)

Well that stinks. We can at least claim all the renovations to the new office space, etc. Not a ton, but better than nothing.

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