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My line of work, firearms, ammo, targets, clothes, are all deductible how do i do this, i have reciepts

 
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Carl
Level 15

My line of work, firearms, ammo, targets, clothes, are all deductible how do i do this, i have reciepts

What specifically is your line of work? Are you a W-2 employee? Maybe you're self-employed? Or even more complex, an owner in a partnership, S-Corp or C-Corp?

My line of work, firearms, ammo, targets, clothes, are all deductible how do i do this, i have reciepts

I am a security officer, I Am a W-2 Employee.  Purchased two handguns for more exterior conditions and kept my orginal for interior conditions.
Hal_Al
Level 15

My line of work, firearms, ammo, targets, clothes, are all deductible how do i do this, i have reciepts

Yo will not be able to use the free edirtion of TurboTax.

In TurboTax, enter at:

Federal Taxes Tab (Personal for H&B version)

Deductions & Credits

I'll choose what I work on

-Scroll down to:

-Employment Expenses
-- Job related expenses

 TurboTax completes form  2106, which  then carries to Misc itemized deductions on Schedule A. The problem with this is that you only get to deduct that portion of  your misc deductions that exceed 2% of your AGI. and then only if your total  itemized deductions exceed the standard deduction.

2% rule explained: https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/2902781-what-is-the-2-rule

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