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kena1865
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I am a high school teacher. I flew from WA to AK last summer to complete a 10-day training for CASE certification to teach Natural Resources. Can I claim the flight?

 
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HelenaC
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I am a high school teacher. I flew from WA to AK last summer to complete a 10-day training for CASE certification to teach Natural Resources. Can I claim the flight?

No, miscellaneous deductions subject to the 2% limit, including unreimbursed job expenses (reported on Form 2106) have been repealed for tax years 2018 – 2025. Affected deductions include:

  • Job-search expenses
  • Home office
  • Union dues
  • Work-related travel, mileage, and transportation (including DOT per diem)
  • Work-related meals, entertainment, gifts, and lodging
  • Work-related tools and supplies
  • Specialized clothing or uniforms
  • Work-related education
  • Investment fees and expenses
  • Safe deposit box rental fees
  • Depreciation on computers used for work or investments
  • Membership in professional societies
  • Subscriptions to professional journals or trade magazines
  • Licenses and regulatory fees
  • Malpractice insurance
  • Tax-preparation fees
  • Tax advice fees
  • Educator expenses in excess of $250
  • Appraisal fees for casualty losses or donations
  • Hobby expenses

To see all the eliminated or suspended deductions, click on Which federal tax deductions have been suspended by tax reform?

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HelenaC
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I am a high school teacher. I flew from WA to AK last summer to complete a 10-day training for CASE certification to teach Natural Resources. Can I claim the flight?

No, miscellaneous deductions subject to the 2% limit, including unreimbursed job expenses (reported on Form 2106) have been repealed for tax years 2018 – 2025. Affected deductions include:

  • Job-search expenses
  • Home office
  • Union dues
  • Work-related travel, mileage, and transportation (including DOT per diem)
  • Work-related meals, entertainment, gifts, and lodging
  • Work-related tools and supplies
  • Specialized clothing or uniforms
  • Work-related education
  • Investment fees and expenses
  • Safe deposit box rental fees
  • Depreciation on computers used for work or investments
  • Membership in professional societies
  • Subscriptions to professional journals or trade magazines
  • Licenses and regulatory fees
  • Malpractice insurance
  • Tax-preparation fees
  • Tax advice fees
  • Educator expenses in excess of $250
  • Appraisal fees for casualty losses or donations
  • Hobby expenses

To see all the eliminated or suspended deductions, click on Which federal tax deductions have been suspended by tax reform?

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