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daniel-leaverton
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I am not self employed but have unreimbursed expenses. I can't find the place to enter them on Premier.

Utilities need to be apportioinned for the sq ft of my home office.
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I am not self employed but have unreimbursed expenses. I can't find the place to enter them on Premier.

You can enter your employee business expenses in the following are in TurboTax Online:

  • Click My Account (Top right of your screen).

  • Select Tools.

  • In the pop up window, select Topic Search.

  • In the search bar, type in 2106

  • Highlight it and select GO, and follow the prompts

 If you work at home for your employer's convenience and you use your workspace regularly and exclusively for business, you may be able to deduct home office expense including utilities prorated for your work space divided by the total square footage of your home..

For more details, see:

Can I take the home office deduction?

https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/1901224-can-i-take-the-home-office-deduction

 

 


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Marketstar
Level 7

I am not self employed but have unreimbursed expenses. I can't find the place to enter them on Premier.

You can enter your employee business expenses in the following are in TurboTax Online:

  • Click My Account (Top right of your screen).

  • Select Tools.

  • In the pop up window, select Topic Search.

  • In the search bar, type in 2106

  • Highlight it and select GO, and follow the prompts

 If you work at home for your employer's convenience and you use your workspace regularly and exclusively for business, you may be able to deduct home office expense including utilities prorated for your work space divided by the total square footage of your home..

For more details, see:

Can I take the home office deduction?

https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/1901224-can-i-take-the-home-office-deduction

 

 


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