Any employee may benefit from deducting Unreimbursed Employee Business Expenses that the IRS considers "ordinary and necessary" to do your job. Employee Business Expenses include things like:
Dues or subscriptions to professional societies
Travel and meals for business, including DOT per diem
Excess educator expenses
Education that either maintains or improves job skills or is required to keep your salary or job.
However, employees can't deduct mileage or commuting costs between their home and main workplace. Job-related expenses aren't fully deductible as they're subject to the 2% rule (see below)
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Where do I enter job-related employee expenses? (Form 2106)
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