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Old 07-10-2017, 11:23 AM
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Moving from Remote Employee to Permanent Office

I have been working remote for 15 years for a large corporation. As of September 1, I will be working from an office location on a permanent basis. When filing my taxes in the future, will I be able to deduct expenses for transportation, clothing costs and other expenses I have not had to incur working remotely?

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