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If you move because of a job change, some of your expenses may be deductible. By plugging into the worksheet below you can see if you satisfy the distance test.
1. Number of miles from taxpayer's old home to taxpayer's new workplace 1. _____________ 2. Number of miles from taxpayer's old home to taxpayer's old workplace 2. _____________ 3. Subtract line 2 from line 1. If zero or less, enter 0 3. _____________ If the result on line 3 is 50 miles or more, you can deduct your moving expenses. If not, you can't.Example: Fred currently drives from his home in Madison 20 miles to work. He took a new job in another town. The new commute will be 77 miles. Line 1 is 77 miles; line 2 is 20 miles. The difference is 57 miles. Fred's qualified moving expenses are deductible.
Note: Members of the Armed Forces on active duty and you move because of a permanent change of station, you do not have to meet the distance and time tests.
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