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Pa ez form 5. Pa ez form   Recordkeeping Table of Contents How To Prove ExpensesWhat Are Adequate Records? What If I Have Incomplete Records? Separating and Combining Expenses How Long To Keep Records and Receipts Examples of Records If you deduct travel, entertainment, gift, or transportation expenses, you must be able to prove (substantiate) certain elements of expense. Pa ez form This chapter discusses the records you need to keep to prove these expenses. Pa ez form If you keep timely and accurate records, you will have support to show the IRS if your tax return is ever examined. Pa ez form You will also have proof of expenses that your employer may require if you are reimbursed under an accountable plan. Pa ez form These plans are discussed in chapter 6 under Reimbursements . Pa ez form How To Prove Expenses Table 5-1 is a summary of records you need to prove each expense discussed in this publication. Pa ez form You must be able to prove the elements listed across the top portion of the chart. Pa ez form You prove them by having the information and receipts (where needed) for the expenses listed in the first column. Pa ez form You cannot deduct amounts that you approximate or estimate. Pa ez form You should keep adequate records to prove your expenses or have sufficient evidence that will support your own statement. Pa ez form You must generally prepare a written record for it to be considered adequate. Pa ez form This is because written evidence is more reliable than oral evidence alone. Pa ez form However, if you prepare a record on a computer, it is considered an adequate record. Pa ez form What Are Adequate Records? You should keep the proof you need in an account book, diary, log, statement of expense, trip sheets, or similar record. Pa ez form You should also keep documentary evidence that, together with your record, will support each element of an expense. Pa ez form Documentary evidence. Pa ez form   You generally must have documentary evidence, such as receipts, canceled checks, or bills, to support your expenses. Pa ez form Exception. Pa ez form   Documentary evidence is not needed if any of the following conditions apply. Pa ez form You have meals or lodging expenses while traveling away from home for which you account to your employer under an accountable plan, and you use a per diem allowance method that includes meals and/or lodging. Pa ez form ( Accountable plans and per diem allowances are discussed in chapter 6. Pa ez form ) Your expense, other than lodging, is less than $75. Pa ez form You have a transportation expense for which a receipt is not readily available. Pa ez form Adequate evidence. Pa ez form   Documentary evidence ordinarily will be considered adequate if it shows the amount, date, place, and essential character of the expense. Pa ez form   For example, a hotel receipt is enough to support expenses for business travel if it has all of the following information. Pa ez form The name and location of the hotel. Pa ez form The dates you stayed there. Pa ez form Separate amounts for charges such as lodging, meals, and telephone calls. Pa ez form   A restaurant receipt is enough to prove an expense for a business meal if it has all of the following information. Pa ez form The name and location of the restaurant. Pa ez form The number of people served. Pa ez form The date and amount of the expense. Pa ez form If a charge is made for items other than food and beverages, the receipt must show that this is the case. Pa ez form Canceled check. Pa ez form   A canceled check, together with a bill from the payee, ordinarily establishes the cost. Pa ez form However, a canceled check by itself does not prove a business expense without other evidence to show that it was for a business purpose. Pa ez form Duplicate information. Pa ez form   You do not have to record information in your account book or other record that duplicates information shown on a receipt as long as your records and receipts complement each other in an orderly manner. Pa ez form   You do not have to record amounts your employer pays directly for any ticket or other travel item. Pa ez form However, if you charge these items to your employer, through a credit card or otherwise, you must keep a record of the amounts you spend. Pa ez form Timely-kept records. Pa ez form   You should record the elements of an expense or of a business use at or near the time of the expense or use and support it with sufficient documentary evidence. Pa ez form A timely-kept record has more value than a statement prepared later when generally there is a lack of accurate recall. Pa ez form   You do not need to write down the elements of every expense on the day of the expense. Pa ez form If you maintain a log on a weekly basis that accounts for use during the week, the log is considered a timely-kept record. Pa ez form   If you give your employer, client, or customer an expense account statement, it can also be considered a timely-kept record. Pa ez form This is true if you copy it from your account book, diary, log, statement of expense, trip sheets, or similar record. Pa ez form Proving business purpose. Pa ez form   You must generally provide a written statement of the business purpose of an expense. Pa ez form However, the degree of proof varies according to the circumstances in each case. Pa ez form If the business purpose of an expense is clear from the surrounding circumstances, then you do not need to give a written explanation. Pa ez form Example. Pa ez form If you are a sales representative who calls on customers on an established sales route, you do not have to give a written explanation of the business purpose for traveling that route. Pa ez form You can satisfy the requirements by recording the length of the delivery route once, the date of each trip at or near the time of the trips, and the total miles you drove the car during the tax year. Pa ez form You could also establish the date of each trip with a receipt, record of delivery, or other documentary evidence. Pa ez form Confidential information. Pa ez form   You do not need to put confidential information relating to an element of a deductible expense (such as the place, business purpose, or business relationship) in your account book, diary, or other record. Pa ez form However, you do have to record the information elsewhere at or near the time of the expense and have it available to fully prove that element of the expense. Pa ez form What If I Have Incomplete Records? If you do not have complete records to prove an element of an expense, then you must prove the element with: Your own written or oral statement containing specific information about the element, and Other supporting evidence that is sufficient to establish the element. Pa ez form If the element is the description of a gift, or the cost, time, place, or date of an expense, the supporting evidence must be either direct evidence or documentary evidence. Pa ez form Direct evidence can be written statements or the oral testimony of your guests or other witnesses setting forth detailed information about the element. Pa ez form Documentary evidence can be receipts, paid bills, or similar evidence. Pa ez form If the element is either the business relationship of your guests or the business purpose of the amount spent, the supporting evidence can be circumstantial rather than direct. Pa ez form For example, the nature of your work, such as making deliveries, provides circumstantial evidence of the use of your car for business purposes. Pa ez form Invoices of deliveries establish when you used the car for business. Pa ez form Table 5-1. Pa ez form How To Prove Certain Business Expenses IF you have expenses for . Pa ez form . Pa ez form THEN you must keep records that show details of the following elements . Pa ez form . Pa ez form . Pa ez form   Amount Time Place or  Description Business Purpose Business Relationship Travel Cost of each separate expense for travel, lodging, and meals. Pa ez form Incidental expenses may be totaled in reasonable categories such as taxis, fees and tips, etc. Pa ez form Dates you left and returned for each trip and number of days spent on business. Pa ez form Destination or area of your travel (name of city, town, or other designation). Pa ez form Purpose: Business purpose for the expense or the business benefit gained or expected to be gained. Pa ez form    Relationship: N/A Entertainment Cost of each separate expense. Pa ez form Incidental expenses such as taxis, telephones, etc. Pa ez form , may be totaled on a daily basis. Pa ez form Date of entertainment. Pa ez form (Also see Business Purpose. Pa ez form ) Name and address or location of place of entertainment. Pa ez form Type of entertainment if not otherwise apparent. Pa ez form (Also see Business Purpose. Pa ez form ) Purpose: Business purpose for the expense or the business benefit gained or expected to be gained. Pa ez form  For entertainment, the nature of the business discussion or activity. Pa ez form If the entertainment was directly before or after a business discussion: the date, place, nature, and duration of the business discussion, and the identities of the persons who took part in both the business discussion and the entertainment activity. Pa ez form    Relationship: Occupations or other information (such as names, titles, or other designations) about the recipients that shows their business relationship to you. Pa ez form  For entertainment, you must also prove that you or your employee was present if the entertainment was a business meal. Pa ez form Gifts Cost of the gift. Pa ez form Date of the gift. Pa ez form Description of the gift. Pa ez form   Transportation Cost of each separate expense. Pa ez form For car expenses, the cost of the car and any improvements, the date you started using it for business, the mileage for each business use, and the total miles for the year. Pa ez form Date of the expense. Pa ez form For car expenses, the date of the use of the car. Pa ez form Your business destination. Pa ez form Purpose: Business purpose for the expense. Pa ez form    Relationship: N/A Sampling. Pa ez form   You can keep an adequate record for parts of a tax year and use that record to prove the amount of business or investment use for the entire year. Pa ez form You must demonstrate by other evidence that the periods for which an adequate record is kept are representative of the use throughout the tax year. Pa ez form Example. Pa ez form You use your car to visit the offices of clients, meet with suppliers and other subcontractors, and pick up and deliver items to clients. Pa ez form There is no other business use of the car, but you and your family use the car for personal purposes. Pa ez form You keep adequate records during the first week of each month that show that 75% of the use of the car is for business. Pa ez form Invoices and bills show that your business use continues at the same rate during the later weeks of each month. Pa ez form Your weekly records are representative of the use of the car each month and are sufficient evidence to support the percentage of business use for the year. Pa ez form Exceptional circumstances. Pa ez form   You can satisfy the substantiation requirements with other evidence if, because of the nature of the situation in which an expense is made, you cannot get a receipt. Pa ez form This applies if all the following are true. Pa ez form You were unable to obtain evidence for an element of the expense or use that completely satisfies the requirements explained earlier under What Are Adequate Records . Pa ez form You are unable to obtain evidence for an element that completely satisfies the two rules listed earlier under What If I Have Incomplete Records . Pa ez form You have presented other evidence for the element that is the best proof possible under the circumstances. Pa ez form Destroyed records. Pa ez form   If you cannot produce a receipt because of reasons beyond your control, you can prove a deduction by reconstructing your records or expenses. Pa ez form Reasons beyond your control include fire, flood, and other casualties. Pa ez form    Table 5-2. Pa ez form Daily Business Mileage and Expense Log Name:       Odometer Readings Expenses Date Destination  (City, Town, or Area) Business Purpose Start Stop Miles  this trip Type  (Gas, oil, tolls, etc. Pa ez form ) Amount                                                                                                                   Weekly  Total             Total Year-to-Date             Separating and Combining Expenses This section explains when expenses must be kept separate and when expenses can be combined. Pa ez form Separating expenses. Pa ez form   Each separate payment is generally considered a separate expense. Pa ez form For example, if you entertain a customer or client at dinner and then go to the theater, the dinner expense and the cost of the theater tickets are two separate expenses. Pa ez form You must record them separately in your records. Pa ez form Season or series tickets. Pa ez form   If you buy season or series tickets for business use, you must treat each ticket in the series as a separate item. Pa ez form To determine the cost of individual tickets, divide the total cost (but not more than face value) by the number of games or performances in the series. Pa ez form You must keep records to show whether you use each ticket as a gift or entertainment. Pa ez form Also, you must be able to prove the cost of nonluxury box seat tickets if you rent a skybox or other private luxury box for more than one event. Pa ez form See Entertainment tickets in chapter 2. Pa ez form Combining items. Pa ez form   You can make one daily entry in your record for reasonable categories of expenses. Pa ez form Examples are taxi fares, telephone calls, or other incidental travel costs. Pa ez form Meals should be in a separate category. Pa ez form You can include tips for meal-related services with the costs of the meals. Pa ez form   Expenses of a similar nature occurring during the course of a single event are considered a single expense. Pa ez form For example, if during entertainment at a cocktail lounge, you pay separately for each serving of refreshments, the total expense for the refreshments is treated as a single expense. Pa ez form Car expenses. Pa ez form   You can account for several uses of your car that can be considered part of a single use, such as a round trip or uninterrupted business use, with a single record. Pa ez form Minimal personal use, such as a stop for lunch on the way between two business stops, is not an interruption of business use. Pa ez form Example. Pa ez form You make deliveries at several different locations on a route that begins and ends at your employer's business premises and that includes a stop at the business premises between two deliveries. Pa ez form You can account for these using a single record of miles driven. Pa ez form Gift expenses. Pa ez form   You do not always have to record the name of each recipient of a gift. Pa ez form A general listing will be enough if it is evident that you are not trying to avoid the $25 annual limit on the amount you can deduct for gifts to any one person. Pa ez form For example, if you buy a large number of tickets to local high school basketball games and give one or two tickets to each of many customers, it is usually enough to record a general description of the recipients. Pa ez form Allocating total cost. Pa ez form   If you can prove the total cost of travel or entertainment but you cannot prove how much it cost for each person who participated in the event, you may have to allocate the total cost among you and your guests on a pro rata basis. Pa ez form To do so, you must establish the number of persons who participated in the event. Pa ez form   An allocation would be needed, for example, if you did not have a business relationship with all of your guests. Pa ez form See Allocating between business and nonbusiness in chapter 2. Pa ez form If your return is examined. Pa ez form    If your return is examined, you may have to provide additional information to the IRS. Pa ez form This information could be needed to clarify or to establish the accuracy or reliability of information contained in your records, statements, testimony, or documentary evidence before a deduction is allowed. Pa ez form    THIS IS NOT AN OFFICIAL INTERNAL REVENUE FORM Table 5-3. Pa ez form Weekly Traveling Expense and Entertainment Record From: To: Name: Expenses Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Total 1. Pa ez form Travel Expenses: Airlines                                 Excess Baggage                                 Bus – Train                                 Cab and Limousine                                 Tips                                 Porter                                 2. Pa ez form Meals and Lodging:  Breakfast                                 Lunch                                 Dinner                                 Hotel and Motel  (Detail in Schedule B)                                 3. Pa ez form Entertainment  (Detail in Schedule C)                                 4. Pa ez form Other Expenses:  Postage                                 Telephone & Telegraph                                 Stationery & Printing                                 Stenographer                                 Sample Room                                 Advertising                                 Assistant(s)                                 Trade Shows                                 5. Pa ez form Car Expenses: (List all car expenses - the division between business and personal expenses may be made at the end of the year. Pa ez form ) (Detail mileage in Schedule A. Pa ez form ) Gas, oil, lube, wash                                 Repairs, parts                                 Tires, supplies                                 Parking fees, tolls                                 6. Pa ez form Other (Identify)                                 Total                                 Note: Attach receipted bills for (1) ALL lodging and (2) any other expenses of $75. Pa ez form 00 or more. Pa ez form Schedule A – Car Mileage: End                 Start                 Total                 Business Mileage                 Schedule B – Lodging Hotel or Motel Name                 City                 Schedule C – Entertainment Date Item Place Amount Business Purpose Business Relationship                                             WEEKLY REIMBURSEMENTS:     Travel and transportation expenses     Other reimbursements     TOTAL   How Long To Keep Records and Receipts You must keep records as long as they may be needed for the administration of any provision of the Internal Revenue Code. Pa ez form Generally, this means you must keep records that support your deduction (or an item of income) for 3 years from the date you file the income tax return on which the deduction is claimed. Pa ez form A return filed early is considered filed on the due date. Pa ez form For a more complete explanation of how long to keep records, see Publication 583, Starting a Business and Keeping Records. Pa ez form You must keep records of the business use of your car for each year of the recovery period. Pa ez form See More-than-50%-use test in chapter 4 under Depreciation Deduction. Pa ez form Reimbursed for expenses. Pa ez form   Employees who give their records and documentation to their employers and are reimbursed for their expenses generally do not have to keep copies of this information. Pa ez form However, you may have to prove your expenses if any of the following conditions apply. Pa ez form You claim deductions for expenses that are more than reimbursements. Pa ez form Your expenses are reimbursed under a nonaccountable plan. Pa ez form Your employer does not use adequate accounting procedures to verify expense accounts. Pa ez form You are related to your employer as defined under Per Diem and Car Allowances , in chapter 6. Pa ez form Reimbursements , adequate accounting , and nonaccountable plans are discussed in chapter 6. Pa ez form Examples of Records Table 5-2 and Table 5-3 are examples of worksheets which can be used for tracking business expenses. Pa ez form Prev  Up  Next   Home   More Online Publications
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Update: Effect of Sequestration on Certain State & Local Government Filers of Form 8038-CP
Pursuant to the requirements of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985, as amended, certain automatic reductions will take place as of October 1, 2013. These required reductions include a reduction to refundable credits under section 6431 of the Internal Revenue Code applicable to certain qualified bonds.

Published Volume Cap Limit for Tribal Economic Development Bonds
IRS announces the Published Volume Cap Limit for applications for allocations of national bond volume limitation authority to issuers of tribal economic development bonds for the period beginning February 1, 2014.

Extra Time Granted for Tax-Exempt Bond Issuers Affected by Severe Storms and Tornados in Oklahoma
Government entity issuers of tax-exempt bonds affected by the severe storms and tornados occurring in parts of Oklahoma may qualify for additional time to file certain returns related to tax-exempt bonds, qualified tax credit bonds, and specified tax credit bonds.

New Voluntary Closing Agreement Program Request Form
The Internal Revenue Service released the new Form 14429, Tax Exempt Bonds Voluntary Closing Agreement Program Request, which must be submitted with a Tax Exempt Bonds Voluntary Closing Agreement Program submission request.

IRS Report on Avoiding Troubled Tax-Advantaged Bonds
This report produced by the TEB Compliance Practice Research Team seeks to provide aid to issuers of tax-advantaged municipal bonds. It identifies some considerations for issuers of such bonds and is TEB’s initial step toward producing public resource products that assist issuers in avoiding troubled transactions.

Sale of Assets Financed with Tax-Exempt Bonds by State and Local Governments and 501(c)(3) Organizations
Often, in their need to raise funds, state and local governments and 501(c)(3) organizations may sell property financed with tax-exempt bonds. These sales could cause the bond issue to become taxable. This article provides basic information concerning remedial actions needed, if necessary, to preserve the tax-exempt status of the bond issue.

TEGE ACT 11th Report
The eleventh report of recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Tax Exempt and Government Entities (ACT).

ARRA and HIRE Act Bond Guidance
Guidance on bond provisions of the ARRA and HIRE Act.

TEB Post-Issuance Compliance
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Pa ez form Index A Activities not for profit, Hobby Expenses Adjustments to gross income Armed forces reservists' travel expenses, Armed Forces reservists traveling more than 100 miles from home. Pa ez form Performing artists, Performing Artists State or local government officials paid on fee basis, Officials Paid on a Fee Basis Unlawful discrimination claims, Unlawful discrimination claims. Pa ez form Administrative fees IRA trustees, Trustee's Administrative Fees for IRA Adoption expenses, Adoption Expenses Amortizable bond premium, Amortizable Premium on Taxable Bonds, More information. Pa ez form Appraisal fees, Appraisal Fees Armed forces Military uniforms, Military uniforms. Pa ez form Reservists, travel expenses, Armed Forces reservists traveling more than 100 miles from home. Pa ez form Assistance (see Tax help) B Bad debts, Business Bad Debt Bank accounts Check-writing fees, Check-Writing Fees on Personal Account Losses on deposits, Loss on Deposits Bonds Amortizable premium, Amortizable Premium on Taxable Bonds Breach of contract Damages, Damages for Breach of Employment Contract Bribes, List of Nondeductible Expenses Burial expenses, List of Nondeductible Expenses Business expenses (see Employee business expenses) Business gifts, Gift expenses. Pa ez form C Campaign contributions, Lobbying and political activities. Pa ez form , Political Contributions Campaign expenses, Campaign Expenses Capital expenditures, Capital Expenses Casualty losses, Casualty and Theft Losses, Casualty and Theft Losses of Income-Producing Property Cell phones, Depreciation on Computers Chambers of Commerce dues, Lobbying and political activities. Pa ez form Check-writing fees, Check-Writing Fees on Personal Account Claim of right repayments, Repayments Under Claim of Right Clerical help, deductibility of, Clerical Help and Office Rent Clothes Protective, Protective clothing. Pa ez form Work, Work Clothes and Uniforms Club dues, Club Dues Commissions, Commissions Commuting expenses, Commuting Expenses Computers Depreciation, Depreciation on Computers, Depreciation on Home Computer, Excess Deductions of an Estate Convenience fees, Credit or Debit Card Convenience Fees Criminal prosecutions Travel expenses for federal staff, Federal crime investigation and prosecution. Pa ez form D Damages Breach of employment contract, Damages for Breach of Employment Contract Deposits Losses on, Loss on Deposits Depreciation Computers, Depreciation on Computers, Depreciation on Home Computer, Excess Deductions of an Estate Disabilities, persons with Work-related expenses, Impairment-Related Work Expenses Dividends Fees to collect, Fees To Collect Interest and Dividends Service charges on reinvestment plans, Service Charges on Dividend Reinvestment Plans Dues, Dues to Chambers of Commerce and Professional Societies (see also Expenses) (see also Fees) Chambers of Commerce, Dues to Chambers of Commerce and Professional Societies Club, Club Dues Lobbying, Dues used for lobbying. Pa ez form Professional societies, Dues to Chambers of Commerce and Professional Societies Union, Union Dues and Expenses E Education, Educator Expenses, Education Expenses During Unemployment Education expenses, Work-Related Education, More information. Pa ez form Employee business expenses Form 2106 and Form 2106-EZ, Form 2106 and Form 2106-EZ. Pa ez form Performing artists, Performing Artists Unreimbursed, Unreimbursed Employee Expenses Employment Agency fees, Employment and outplacement agency fees. Pa ez form Breach of contract, Damages for Breach of Employment Contract Entertainers and musicians (see Performing artists) Entertainment expenses, Meals and entertainment. Pa ez form Estates Federal estate tax, Federal Estate Tax on Income in Respect of a Decedent Expenses, Dues to Chambers of Commerce and Professional Societies, Education Expenses During Unemployment (see also Dues) (see also Fees) Adoption, Adoption Expenses Campaign, Campaign Expenses Capital, Capital Expenses Commuting, Commuting Expenses Education Work-related, Work-Related Education Educator, Educator Expenses Qualified, Qualified expenses. Pa ez form Educator Expenses, Eligible educator. Pa ez form Employee business (see Employee business expenses) Entertainment, Meals and entertainment. Pa ez form Funeral and burial, List of Nondeductible Expenses Gifts, Travel, Transportation, Meals, Entertainment, Gifts, and Local Lodging, Gift expenses. Pa ez form Health spa, Health Spa Expenses Hobby, Hobby Expenses Home office, Home Office Impairment-related, Impairment-Related Work Expenses Investment, Investment Fees and Expenses, Investment-Related Seminars Job search, Job Search Expenses Legal (see Legal expenses) Local lodging, Travel, Transportation, Meals, Entertainment, Gifts, and Local Lodging Meals, Meals and entertainment. Pa ez form , Lunches With Co-workers Meals and entertainment, Travel, Transportation, Meals, Entertainment, Gifts, and Local Lodging Nondeductible, Nondeductible Expenses Over limit, educator, Educator expenses over limit. Pa ez form Personal, Nondeductible Expenses Production of income, Other Expenses Professional promotion, Professional Reputation Tax-exempt income, Tax-Exempt Income Expenses Travel and transportation, Travel, Transportation, Meals, Entertainment, Gifts, and Local Lodging Travel as education, Travel as education. Pa ez form F Federal estate tax, Federal Estate Tax on Income in Respect of a Decedent Fees, Dues to Chambers of Commerce and Professional Societies (see also Dues) (see also Expenses) Appraisal, Appraisal Fees Check-writing, Check-Writing Fees on Personal Account Employment and outplacement agency, Employment and outplacement agency fees. Pa ez form Investment, Fees To Collect Interest and Dividends, Investment Fees and Expenses IRA trustee, Trustee's Administrative Fees for IRA Legal (see Legal expenses) License, Licenses and Regulatory Fees Professional accreditation, Professional Accreditation Fees Fines, Fines or Penalties Form 2106 Employee business expenses, Form 2106 and Form 2106-EZ. Pa ez form Form 2106-EZ Employee business expenses, Form 2106 and Form 2106-EZ. Pa ez form Form 4562 Depreciation and amortization, Reporting your depreciation deduction. Pa ez form , Depreciation. Pa ez form , Computer used in a home office. Pa ez form Free tax services, Free help with your tax return. Pa ez form Funeral expenses, List of Nondeductible Expenses G Gambling winnings and losses, Gambling Losses Up to the Amount of Gambling Winnings Government employees Federal criminal investigation and prosecution travel expenses, Federal crime investigation and prosecution. Pa ez form State or local government officials paid on fee basis, Officials Paid on a Fee Basis H Health spa, Health Spa Expenses Help (see Tax help) Hobbies, Hobby Expenses Home Security system, Home Security System Telephone service, Residential Telephone Service Home office Computers, Computer used in a home office. Pa ez form Expenses, Home Office Principal place of business, Principal place of business. Pa ez form Travel and transportation expenses, Home office. Pa ez form I Impairment-related work expenses, Impairment-Related Work Expenses Income aid payment, Repayment of Income Aid Payment Income in respect of decedent Estate tax, Federal Estate Tax on Income in Respect of a Decedent Individual retirement arrangements (IRAs) Trustees' fees, Trustee's Administrative Fees for IRA Insurance Business liability, Business Liability Insurance Life insurance, Life Insurance Premiums Malpractice, Unreimbursed Employee Expenses Personal disability, List of Nondeductible Expenses Interest income Fees to collect, Fees To Collect Interest and Dividends Investments Annuity, unrecovered investment in, Unrecovered Investment in Annuity Deposits, losses on, Loss on Deposits Fees and expenses, Investment Fees and Expenses Seminars, Investment-Related Seminars Itemized deductions Deductions not subject to 2% limit, Deductions Not Subject to the 2% Limit Deductions subject to 2% limit, Introduction, Deductions Subject to the 2% Limit How to report, How To Report J Job search, Job Search Expenses, Travel and transportation expenses. Pa ez form K Kickbacks, List of Nondeductible Expenses L Legal expenses Job-related, Legal Fees Personal, Personal Legal Expenses Political campaigns, Legal fees. Pa ez form Production of income, Legal Expenses Unlawful discrimination claims, Legal Expenses Licenses Fees, Licenses and Regulatory Fees Life insurance, Life Insurance Premiums Lobbying, Lobbying and political activities. Pa ez form , Lobbying Expenses, Exceptions. Pa ez form Local transportation, Local transportation expenses. Pa ez form Losses Casualties and thefts, Casualty and Theft Losses, Casualty and Theft Losses of Income-Producing Property Deposits, Loss on Deposits Gambling, Gambling Losses Up to the Amount of Gambling Winnings IRA, Loss on IRA Mislaid cash or property, Lost or Mislaid Cash or Property Partnership, Loss From Other Activities From Schedule K-1 (Form 1065-B), Box 2 Roth IRA, Loss on IRA M Mail carriers, rural, Rural Mail Carriers' Vehicle Expenses Malpractice insurance, Unreimbursed Employee Expenses Meal and lodging expenses, Meals and entertainment. Pa ez form Lunches with coworkers, Lunches With Co-workers Working late, Meals While Working Late Medical examinations, Unreimbursed Employee Expenses Mileage rate, What's New Missing children, photographs of, Reminders Mutual funds Indirect deductions, Indirect Deductions of Pass-Through Entities N Nondeductible expenses, Nondeductible Expenses, Wristwatches Not-for-profit activities, Hobby Expenses O Occupational taxes, Occupational Taxes Office Home (see Home office) Rent, Clerical Help and Office Rent Outplacement agency fees, Employment and outplacement agency fees. Pa ez form P Partnerships Indirect deductions, Indirect Deductions of Pass-Through Entities Pass-through entities, Indirect Deductions of Pass-Through Entities Passport expense, Unreimbursed Employee Expenses Penalties, Fines or Penalties Performing artists, Performing Artists Work clothes, Work Clothes and Uniforms Personal expenses, Nondeductible Expenses, Wristwatches Political contributions, Lobbying and political activities. Pa ez form , Political Contributions Campaign expenses, Campaign Expenses Ponzi-type investment schemes, Losses From Ponzi-type Investment Schemes Postal workers, Rural Mail Carriers' Vehicle Expenses Production of income expenses, Other Expenses, Loss on IRA Professional accreditation fees, Professional Accreditation Fees Professional journals, Unreimbursed Employee Expenses Professional reputation and marketing, Professional Reputation Professional societies dues, Lobbying and political activities. Pa ez form Prosecution travel expenses, Federal crime investigation and prosecution. Pa ez form Protective clothing, Protective clothing. Pa ez form Publications (see Tax help) R Recordkeeping requirements Computer used for home and business, Depreciation on Computers Deductions, to verify, Introduction Gambling winnings and losses, Gambling Losses Up to the Amount of Gambling Winnings Home office, Home Office Relief fund contributions, Relief Fund Contributions Rent Office, Clerical Help and Office Rent Safe deposit box, Safe Deposit Box Rent Repayments Claim of right, Repayments Under Claim of Right Income, Repayments of Income Income aid payments, Unreimbursed Employee Expenses Social Security benefits, Repayments of Social Security Benefits Reporting requirements Armed Forces reservists, Armed Forces reservists. Pa ez form Computer used in a home office, Computer used in a home office. Pa ez form Depreciation, Depreciation. Pa ez form Form 2106 and Form 2106-EZ, Form 2106 and Form 2106-EZ. Pa ez form Impairment-related work expenses, Impairment-related work expenses. Pa ez form Itemized deductions, How To Report Tax preparation fees, Tax preparation fees. Pa ez form Research expenses, Research Expenses of a College Professor Résumé, Résumé. Pa ez form Rural mail carriers, Rural Mail Carriers' Vehicle Expenses S S corporations Indirect deductions, Indirect Deductions of Pass-Through Entities Safe deposit box, Safe Deposit Box Rent Security systems, home, Home Security System Seminars, investment-related, Investment-Related Seminars Service charges on dividend reinvestment plans, Service Charges on Dividend Reinvestment Plans Social Security repayments, Repayments of Social Security Benefits State or local governments Officials paid on fee basis, Officials Paid on a Fee Basis Stockholders' meeting expenses, Stockholders' Meetings T Tax help, How To Get Tax Help Tax-exempt income expenses, Tax-Exempt Income Expenses Taxes Estate tax, Federal Estate Tax on Income in Respect of a Decedent Occupational, Occupational Taxes Telephones Cell phone, Depreciation on Computers Residential service, Residential Telephone Service Theft losses, Casualty and Theft Losses, Casualty and Theft Losses of Income-Producing Property Tools, Tools Used in Your Work Travel and transportation expenses, Local lodging. Pa ez form , Additional information. Pa ez form Another individual, paid by taxpayer, Travel Expenses for Another Individual Armed forces reservists, Armed Forces reservists traveling more than 100 miles from home. Pa ez form Commuting, Commuting Expenses Criminal investigations and prosecutions, Federal crime investigation and prosecution. Pa ez form Education, Travel as education. Pa ez form Indefinite work assignments, Indefinite work assignment. Pa ez form Job search, Travel and transportation expenses. Pa ez form Local transportation, Local transportation expenses. Pa ez form Research, Research Expenses of a College Professor Temporary work assignments, Temporary work assignment. Pa ez form Trustees IRA administrative fees, Trustee's Administrative Fees for IRA TTY/TDD information, How To Get Tax Help U Unemployment and education expenses, Education Expenses During Unemployment Unemployment benefit fund contributions, Voluntary Unemployment Benefit Fund Contributions Uniforms, military, Military uniforms. Pa ez form Union dues, Union Dues and Expenses Unreimbursed employee expenses, Unreimbursed Employee Expenses, Military uniforms. Pa ez form W Wagering winnings and losses, Gambling Losses Up to the Amount of Gambling Winnings Work Clothes and uniforms, Work Clothes and Uniforms Impairment-related expenses, Impairment-Related Work Expenses Supplies, Unreimbursed Employee Expenses Tools, Unreimbursed Employee Expenses, Tools Used in Your Work Travel and transportation expenses, Travel, Transportation, Meals, Entertainment, Gifts, and Local Lodging Wristwatches, List of Nondeductible Expenses, Wristwatches Prev  Up     Home   More Online Publications