June 6, 2019 2:11 AM
Yes you can, provided the reimbursement is included on the W-2, Box 1.
Whether your employer reimburses you or not for any of the following expenses, they are deductible from your income net of any reimbursement.
- Household Goods and personal effects, includes cost of van, packing, crating, insurance, disconnecting & reconnecting utilities, and all appliances, satellite dishes, antennas, cable, etc.
- Storage of household goods and personal items within a period of 30 consecutive days.
- Shipping a car, motorcycle, boat, and pets.
- Rental vans plus gas, oil, tolls, and parking fees.
- Tips for the movers, includes cost of food items, donuts, coffee, pizza and sodas, etc.
- Cost of any packing supplies you purchase for personal packing.
- Moving a college student.
- Transportation from Temporary living to your permanent home.
- Rental car for final move up to four days – 3 days in old location – 1 day in new location.
- The IRS has adjusted the standard mileage allowances for use of a car in travel to 19.5 cents per mile for moving expenses.