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Filing taxes as unemployed 27. Filing taxes as unemployed   Tax Benefits for Work-Related Education Table of Contents What's New Introduction Useful Items - You may want to see: Qualifying Work-Related EducationEducation Required by Employer or by Law Education To Maintain or Improve Skills Education To Meet Minimum Requirements Education That Qualifies You for a New Trade or Business What Expenses Can Be DeductedUnclaimed reimbursement. Filing taxes as unemployed Transportation Expenses Travel Expenses No Double Benefit Allowed Reimbursements Deducting Business ExpensesSelf-Employed Persons Employees Performing Artists and Fee-Basis Officials Impairment-Related Work Expenses Recordkeeping What's New Standard mileage rate. Filing taxes as unemployed  Generally, if you claim a business deduction for work-related education and you drive your car to and from school, the amount you can deduct for miles driven from January 1, 2013, through December 31, 2013, is 56½ cents per mile. Filing taxes as unemployed For more information, see Transportation Expenses under What Expenses Can Be Deducted. Filing taxes as unemployed Introduction This chapter discusses work-related education expenses that you may be able to deduct as business expenses. Filing taxes as unemployed To claim such a deduction, you must: Itemize your deductions on Schedule A (Form 1040) if you are an employee, File Schedule C (Form 1040), Schedule C-EZ (Form 1040), or Schedule F (Form 1040) if you are self-employed, and Have expenses for education that meet the requirements discussed under Qualifying Work-Related Education . Filing taxes as unemployed If you are an employee and can itemize your deductions, you may be able to claim a deduction for the expenses you pay for your work-related education. Filing taxes as unemployed Your deduction will be the amount by which your qualifying work-related education expenses plus other job and certain miscellaneous expenses (except for impairment-related work expenses of disabled individuals) is greater than 2% of your adjusted gross income. Filing taxes as unemployed See chapter 28. Filing taxes as unemployed If you are self-employed, you deduct your expenses for qualifying work-related education directly from your self-employment income. Filing taxes as unemployed Your work-related education expenses may also qualify you for other tax benefits, such as the American opportunity and lifetime learning credits (see chapter 35). Filing taxes as unemployed You may qualify for these other benefits even if you do not meet the requirements listed earlier. Filing taxes as unemployed Also, keep in mind that your work-related education expenses may qualify you to claim more than one tax benefit. Filing taxes as unemployed Generally, you may claim any number of benefits as long as you use different expenses to figure each one. Filing taxes as unemployed When you figure your taxes, you may want to compare these tax benefits so you can choose the method(s) that give you the lowest tax liability. Filing taxes as unemployed Useful Items - You may want to see: Publication 463 Travel, Entertainment, Gift, and Car Expenses 970 Tax Benefits for Education Form (and Instructions) 2106 Employee Business Expenses 2106-EZ Unreimbursed Employee Business Expenses Schedule A (Form 1040) Itemized Deductions Qualifying Work-Related Education You can deduct the costs of qualifying work-related education as business expenses. Filing taxes as unemployed This is education that meets at least one of the following two tests. Filing taxes as unemployed The education is required by your employer or the law to keep your present salary, status, or job. Filing taxes as unemployed The required education must serve a bona fide business purpose of your employer. Filing taxes as unemployed The education maintains or improves skills needed in your present work. Filing taxes as unemployed However, even if the education meets one or both of the above tests, it is not qualifying work-related education if it: Is needed to meet the minimum educational requirements of your present trade or business, or Is part of a program of study that will qualify you for a new trade or business. Filing taxes as unemployed You can deduct the costs of qualifying work-related education as a business expense even if the education could lead to a degree. Filing taxes as unemployed Use Figure 27-A, later, as a quick check to see if your education qualifies. Filing taxes as unemployed Education Required by Employer or by Law Once you have met the minimum educational requirements for your job, your employer or the law may require you to get more education. Filing taxes as unemployed This additional education is qualifying work-related education if all three of the following requirements are met. Filing taxes as unemployed It is required for you to keep your present salary, status, or job, The requirement serves a bona fide business purpose of your employer, and The education is not part of a program that will qualify you for a new trade or business. Filing taxes as unemployed When you get more education than your employer or the law requires, the additional education can be qualifying work-related education only if it maintains or improves skills required in your present work. Filing taxes as unemployed See Education To Maintain or Improve Skills , later. Filing taxes as unemployed Example. Filing taxes as unemployed You are a teacher who has satisfied the minimum requirements for teaching. Filing taxes as unemployed Your employer requires you to take an additional college course each year to keep your teaching job. Filing taxes as unemployed If the courses will not qualify you for a new trade or business, they are qualifying work-related education even if you eventually receive a master's degree and an increase in salary because of this extra education. Filing taxes as unemployed Education To Maintain or Improve Skills If your education is not required by your employer or the law, it can be qualifying work-related education only if it maintains or improves skills needed in your present work. Filing taxes as unemployed This could include refresher courses, courses on current developments, and academic or vocational courses. Filing taxes as unemployed Example. Filing taxes as unemployed You repair televisions, radios, and stereo systems for XYZ Store. Filing taxes as unemployed To keep up with the latest changes, you take special courses in radio and stereo service. Filing taxes as unemployed These courses maintain and improve skills required in your work. Filing taxes as unemployed Maintaining skills vs. Filing taxes as unemployed qualifying for new job. Filing taxes as unemployed   Education to maintain or improve skills needed in your present work is not qualifying education if it will also qualify you for a new trade or business. Filing taxes as unemployed Education during temporary absence. Filing taxes as unemployed   If you stop working for a year or less in order to get education to maintain or improve skills needed in your present work and then return to the same general type of work, your absence is considered temporary. Filing taxes as unemployed Education that you get during a temporary absence is qualifying work-related education if it maintains or improves skills needed in your present work. Filing taxes as unemployed Example. Filing taxes as unemployed You quit your biology research job to become a full-time biology graduate student for one year. Filing taxes as unemployed If you return to work in biology research after completing the courses, the education is related to your present work even if you do not go back to work with the same employer. Filing taxes as unemployed Education during indefinite absence. Filing taxes as unemployed   If you stop work for more than a year, your absence from your job is considered indefinite. Filing taxes as unemployed Education during an indefinite absence, even if it maintains or improves skills needed in the work from which you are absent, is considered to qualify you for a new trade or business. Filing taxes as unemployed Therefore, it is not qualifying work-related education. Filing taxes as unemployed Education To Meet Minimum Requirements Education you need to meet the minimum educational requirements for your present trade or business is not qualifying work-related education. Filing taxes as unemployed The minimum educational requirements are determined by: Laws and regulations, Standards of your profession, trade, or business, and Your employer. Filing taxes as unemployed Once you have met the minimum educational requirements that were in effect when you were hired, you do not have to meet any new minimum educational requirements. Filing taxes as unemployed This means that if the minimum requirements change after you were hired, any education you need to meet the new requirements can be qualifying education. Filing taxes as unemployed You have not necessarily met the minimum educational requirements of your trade or business simply because you are already doing the work. Filing taxes as unemployed Example 1. Filing taxes as unemployed You are a full-time engineering student. Filing taxes as unemployed Although you have not received your degree or certification, you work part-time as an engineer for a firm that will employ you as a full-time engineer after you finish college. Filing taxes as unemployed Although your college engineering courses improve your skills in your present job, they are also needed to meet the minimum job requirements for a full-time engineer. Filing taxes as unemployed The education is not qualifying work-related education. Filing taxes as unemployed Example 2. Filing taxes as unemployed You are an accountant and you have met the minimum educational requirements of your employer. Filing taxes as unemployed Your employer later changes the minimum educational requirements and requires you to take college courses to keep your job. Filing taxes as unemployed These additional courses can be qualifying work-related education because you have already satisfied the minimum requirements that were in effect when you were hired. Filing taxes as unemployed Requirements for Teachers States or school districts usually set the minimum educational requirements for teachers. Filing taxes as unemployed The requirement is the college degree or the minimum number of college hours usually required of a person hired for that position. Filing taxes as unemployed If there are no requirements, you will have met the minimum educational requirements when you become a faculty member. Filing taxes as unemployed The determination of whether you are a faculty member of an educational institution must be made on the basis of the particular practices of the institution. Filing taxes as unemployed You generally will be considered a faculty member when one or more of the following occurs. Filing taxes as unemployed You have tenure. Filing taxes as unemployed Your years of service count toward obtaining tenure. Filing taxes as unemployed You have a vote in faculty decisions. Filing taxes as unemployed Your school makes contributions for you to a retirement plan other than social security or a similar program. Filing taxes as unemployed Example 1. Filing taxes as unemployed The law in your state requires beginning secondary school teachers to have a bachelor's degree, including 10 professional education courses. Filing taxes as unemployed In addition, to keep the job a teacher must complete a fifth year of training within 10 years from the date of hire. Filing taxes as unemployed If the employing school certifies to the state Department of Education that qualified teachers cannot be found, the school can hire persons with only 3 years of college. Filing taxes as unemployed However, to keep their jobs, these teachers must get a bachelor's degree and the required professional education courses within 3 years. Filing taxes as unemployed Under these facts, the bachelor's degree, whether or not it includes the 10 professional education courses, is considered the minimum educational requirement for qualification as a teacher in your state. Filing taxes as unemployed If you have all the required education except the fifth year, you have met the minimum educational requirements. Filing taxes as unemployed The fifth year of training is qualifying work-related education unless it is part of a program of study that will qualify you for a new trade or business. Filing taxes as unemployed Figure 27-A Does Your Work-Related Education Qualify? Please click here for the text description of the image. Filing taxes as unemployed Figure 27-A. Filing taxes as unemployed Does Your Work-Related Education Qualify?" Example 2. Filing taxes as unemployed Assume the same facts as in Example 1 except that you have a bachelor's degree and only six professional education courses. Filing taxes as unemployed The additional four education courses can be qualifying work-related education. Filing taxes as unemployed Although you do not have all the required courses, you have already met the minimum educational requirements. Filing taxes as unemployed Example 3. Filing taxes as unemployed Assume the same facts as in Example 1 except that you are hired with only 3 years of college. Filing taxes as unemployed The courses you take that lead to a bachelor's degree (including those in education) are not qualifying work-related education. Filing taxes as unemployed They are needed to meet the minimum educational requirements for employment as a teacher. Filing taxes as unemployed Example 4. Filing taxes as unemployed You have a bachelor's degree and you work as a temporary instructor at a university. Filing taxes as unemployed At the same time, you take graduate courses toward an advanced degree. Filing taxes as unemployed The rules of the university state that you can become a faculty member only if you get a graduate degree. Filing taxes as unemployed Also, you can keep your job as an instructor only as long as you show satisfactory progress toward getting this degree. Filing taxes as unemployed You have not met the minimum educational requirements to qualify you as a faculty member. Filing taxes as unemployed The graduate courses are not qualifying work-related education. Filing taxes as unemployed Certification in a new state. Filing taxes as unemployed   Once you have met the minimum educational requirements for teachers for your state, you are considered to have met the minimum educational requirements in all states. Filing taxes as unemployed This is true even if you must get additional education to be certified in another state. Filing taxes as unemployed Any additional education you need is qualifying work-related education. Filing taxes as unemployed You have already met the minimum requirements for teaching. Filing taxes as unemployed Teaching in another state is not a new trade or business. Filing taxes as unemployed Example. Filing taxes as unemployed You hold a permanent teaching certificate in State A and are employed as a teacher in that state for several years. Filing taxes as unemployed You move to State B and are promptly hired as a teacher. Filing taxes as unemployed You are required, however, to complete certain prescribed courses to get a permanent teaching certificate in State B. Filing taxes as unemployed These additional courses are qualifying work-related education because the teaching position in State B involves the same general kind of work for which you were qualified in State A. Filing taxes as unemployed Education That Qualifies You for a New Trade or Business Education that is part of a program of study that will qualify you for a new trade or business is not qualifying work-related education. Filing taxes as unemployed This is true even if you do not plan to enter that trade or business. Filing taxes as unemployed If you are an employee, a change of duties that involves the same general kind of work is not a new trade or business. Filing taxes as unemployed Example 1. Filing taxes as unemployed You are an accountant. Filing taxes as unemployed Your employer requires you to get a law degree at your own expense. Filing taxes as unemployed You register at a law school for the regular curriculum that leads to a law degree. Filing taxes as unemployed Even if you do not intend to become a lawyer, the education is not qualifying because the law degree will qualify you for a new trade or business. Filing taxes as unemployed Example 2. Filing taxes as unemployed You are a general practitioner of medicine. Filing taxes as unemployed You take a 2-week course to review developments in several specialized fields of medicine. Filing taxes as unemployed The course does not qualify you for a new profession. Filing taxes as unemployed It is qualifying work-related education because it maintains or improves skills required in your present profession. Filing taxes as unemployed Example 3. Filing taxes as unemployed While working in the private practice of psychiatry, you enter a program to study and train at an accredited psychoanalytic institute. Filing taxes as unemployed The program will lead to qualifying you to practice psychoanalysis. Filing taxes as unemployed The psychoanalytic training does not qualify you for a new profession. Filing taxes as unemployed It is qualifying work-related education because it maintains or improves skills required in your present profession. Filing taxes as unemployed Bar or CPA Review Course Review courses to prepare for the bar examination or the certified public accountant (CPA) examination are not qualifying work-related education. Filing taxes as unemployed They are part of a program of study that can qualify you for a new profession. Filing taxes as unemployed Teaching and Related Duties All teaching and related duties are considered the same general kind of work. Filing taxes as unemployed A change in duties in any of the following ways is not considered a change to a new business. Filing taxes as unemployed Elementary school teacher to secondary school teacher. Filing taxes as unemployed Teacher of one subject, such as biology, to teacher of another subject, such as art. Filing taxes as unemployed Classroom teacher to guidance counselor. Filing taxes as unemployed Classroom teacher to school administrator. Filing taxes as unemployed What Expenses Can Be Deducted If your education meets the requirements described earlier under Qualifying Work-Related Education , you can generally deduct your education expenses as business expenses. Filing taxes as unemployed If you are not self-employed, you can deduct business expenses only if you itemize your deductions. Filing taxes as unemployed You cannot deduct expenses related to tax-exempt and excluded income. Filing taxes as unemployed Deductible expenses. Filing taxes as unemployed   The following education expenses can be deducted. Filing taxes as unemployed Tuition, books, supplies, lab fees, and similar items. Filing taxes as unemployed Certain transportation and travel costs. Filing taxes as unemployed Other education expenses, such as costs of research and typing when writing a paper as part of an educational program. Filing taxes as unemployed Nondeductible expenses. Filing taxes as unemployed   You cannot deduct personal or capital expenses. Filing taxes as unemployed For example, you cannot deduct the dollar value of vacation time or annual leave you take to attend classes. Filing taxes as unemployed This amount is a personal expense. Filing taxes as unemployed Unclaimed reimbursement. Filing taxes as unemployed   If you do not claim reimbursement that you are entitled to receive from your employer, you cannot deduct the expenses that apply to that unclaimed reimbursement. Filing taxes as unemployed Example. Filing taxes as unemployed Your employer agrees to pay your education expenses if you file a voucher showing your expenses. Filing taxes as unemployed You do not file a voucher, and you do not get reimbursed. Filing taxes as unemployed Because you did not file a voucher, you cannot deduct the expenses on your tax return. Filing taxes as unemployed Transportation Expenses If your education qualifies, you can deduct local transportation costs of going directly from work to school. Filing taxes as unemployed If you are regularly employed and go to school on a temporary basis, you can also deduct the costs of returning from school to home. Filing taxes as unemployed Temporary basis. Filing taxes as unemployed   You go to school on a temporary basis if either of the following situations applies to you. Filing taxes as unemployed Your attendance at school is realistically expected to last 1 year or less and does indeed last for 1 year or less. Filing taxes as unemployed Initially, your attendance at school is realistically expected to last 1 year or less, but at a later date your attendance is reasonably expected to last more than 1 year. Filing taxes as unemployed Your attendance is temporary up to the date you determine it will last more than 1 year. Filing taxes as unemployed Note. Filing taxes as unemployed If you are in either situation (1) or (2), your attendance is not temporary if facts and circumstances indicate otherwise. Filing taxes as unemployed Attendance not on a temporary basis. Filing taxes as unemployed   You do not go to school on a temporary basis if either of the following situations apply to you. Filing taxes as unemployed Your attendance at school is realistically expected to last more than 1 year. Filing taxes as unemployed It does not matter how long you actually attend. Filing taxes as unemployed Initially, your attendance at school is realistically expected to last 1 year or less, but at a later date your attendance is reasonably expected to last more than 1 year. Filing taxes as unemployed Your attendance is not temporary after the date you determine it will last more than 1 year. Filing taxes as unemployed Deductible Transportation Expenses If you are regularly employed and go directly from home to school on a temporary basis, you can deduct the round-trip costs of transportation between your home and school. Filing taxes as unemployed This is true regardless of the location of the school, the distance traveled, or whether you attend school on nonwork days. Filing taxes as unemployed Transportation expenses include the actual costs of bus, subway, cab, or other fares, as well as the costs of using your car. Filing taxes as unemployed Transportation expenses do not include amounts spent for travel, meals, or lodging while you are away from home overnight. Filing taxes as unemployed Example 1. Filing taxes as unemployed You regularly work in a nearby town, and go directly from work to home. Filing taxes as unemployed You also attend school every work night for 3 months to take a course that improves your job skills. Filing taxes as unemployed Since you are attending school on a temporary basis, you can deduct your daily round-trip transportation expenses in going between home and school. Filing taxes as unemployed This is true regardless of the distance traveled. Filing taxes as unemployed Example 2. Filing taxes as unemployed Assume the same facts as in Example 1 except that on certain nights you go directly from work to school and then home. Filing taxes as unemployed You can deduct your transportation expenses from your regular work site to school and then home. Filing taxes as unemployed Example 3. Filing taxes as unemployed Assume the same facts as in Example 1 except that you attend the school for 9 months on Saturdays, nonwork days. Filing taxes as unemployed Since you are attending school on a temporary basis, you can deduct your round-trip transportation expenses in going between home and school. Filing taxes as unemployed Example 4. Filing taxes as unemployed Assume the same facts as in Example 1 except that you attend classes twice a week for 15 months. Filing taxes as unemployed Since your attendance in school is not considered temporary, you cannot deduct your transportation expenses in going between home and school. Filing taxes as unemployed If you go directly from work to school, you can deduct the one-way transportation expenses of going from work to school. Filing taxes as unemployed If you go from work to home to school and return home, your transportation expenses cannot be more than if you had gone directly from work to school. Filing taxes as unemployed Using your car. Filing taxes as unemployed   If you use your car (whether you own or lease it) for transportation to school, you can deduct your actual expenses or use the standard mileage rate to figure the amount you can deduct. Filing taxes as unemployed The standard mileage rate for miles driven from January 1, 2013, through December 31, 2013 is 56½ cents per mile. Filing taxes as unemployed Whichever method you use, you can also deduct parking fees and tolls. Filing taxes as unemployed See chapter 26 for information on deducting your actual expenses of using a car. Filing taxes as unemployed Travel Expenses You can deduct expenses for travel, meals (see 50% limit on meals , later), and lodging if you travel overnight mainly to obtain qualifying work-related education. Filing taxes as unemployed Travel expenses for qualifying work-related education are treated the same as travel expenses for other employee business purposes. Filing taxes as unemployed For more information, see chapter 26. Filing taxes as unemployed You cannot deduct expenses for personal activities, such as sightseeing, visiting, or entertaining. Filing taxes as unemployed Mainly personal travel. Filing taxes as unemployed   If your travel away from home is mainly personal, you cannot deduct all of your expenses for travel, meals, and lodging. Filing taxes as unemployed You can deduct only your expenses for lodging and 50% of your expenses for meals during the time you attend the qualified educational activities. Filing taxes as unemployed   Whether a trip's purpose is mainly personal or educational depends upon the facts and circumstances. Filing taxes as unemployed An important factor is the comparison of time spent on personal activities with time spent on educational activities. Filing taxes as unemployed If you spend more time on personal activities, the trip is considered mainly educational only if you can show a substantial nonpersonal reason for traveling to a particular location. Filing taxes as unemployed Example 1. Filing taxes as unemployed John works in Newark, New Jersey. Filing taxes as unemployed He traveled to Chicago to take a deductible 1-week course at the request of his employer. Filing taxes as unemployed His main reason for going to Chicago was to take the course. Filing taxes as unemployed While there, he took a sight-seeing trip, entertained some friends, and took a side trip to Pleasantville for a day. Filing taxes as unemployed Since the trip was mainly for business, John can deduct his round-trip airfare to Chicago. Filing taxes as unemployed He cannot deduct his transportation expenses of going to Pleasantville. Filing taxes as unemployed He can deduct only the meals (subject to the 50% limit) and lodging connected with his educational activities. Filing taxes as unemployed Example 2. Filing taxes as unemployed Sue works in Boston. Filing taxes as unemployed She went to a university in Michigan to take a course for work. Filing taxes as unemployed The course is qualifying work-related education. Filing taxes as unemployed She took one course, which is one-fourth of a full course load of study. Filing taxes as unemployed She spent the rest of the time on personal activities. Filing taxes as unemployed Her reasons for taking the course in Michigan were all personal. Filing taxes as unemployed Sue's trip is mainly personal because three-fourths of her time is considered personal time. Filing taxes as unemployed She cannot deduct the cost of her round-trip train ticket to Michigan. Filing taxes as unemployed She can deduct one-fourth of the meals (subject to the 50% limit) and lodging costs for the time she attended the university. Filing taxes as unemployed Example 3. Filing taxes as unemployed Dave works in Nashville and recently traveled to California to take a 2-week seminar. Filing taxes as unemployed The seminar is qualifying work-related education. Filing taxes as unemployed While there, he spent an extra 8 weeks on personal activities. Filing taxes as unemployed The facts, including the extra 8-week stay, show that his main purpose was to take a vacation. Filing taxes as unemployed Dave cannot deduct his round-trip airfare or his meals and lodging for the 8 weeks. Filing taxes as unemployed He can deduct only his expenses for meals (subject to the 50% limit) and lodging for the 2 weeks he attended the seminar. Filing taxes as unemployed Cruises and conventions. Filing taxes as unemployed   Certain cruises and conventions offer seminars or courses as part of their itinerary. Filing taxes as unemployed Even if the seminars or courses are work-related, your deduction for travel may be limited. Filing taxes as unemployed This applies to: Travel by ocean liner, cruise ship, or other form of luxury water transportation, and Conventions outside the North American area. Filing taxes as unemployed   For a discussion of the limits on travel expense deductions that apply to cruises and conventions, see Luxury Water Travel and Conventions in chapter 1 of Publication 463. Filing taxes as unemployed 50% limit on meals. Filing taxes as unemployed   You can deduct only 50% of the cost of your meals while traveling away from home to obtain qualifying work-related education. Filing taxes as unemployed You cannot have been reimbursed for the meals. Filing taxes as unemployed   Employees must use Form 2106 or Form 2106-EZ to apply the 50% limit. Filing taxes as unemployed Travel as Education You cannot deduct the cost of travel as a form of education even if it is directly related to your duties in your work or business. Filing taxes as unemployed Example. Filing taxes as unemployed You are a French language teacher. Filing taxes as unemployed While on sabbatical leave granted for travel, you traveled through France to improve your knowledge of the French language. Filing taxes as unemployed You chose your itinerary and most of your activities to improve your French language skills. Filing taxes as unemployed You cannot deduct your travel expenses as education expenses. Filing taxes as unemployed This is true even if you spent most of your time learning French by visiting French schools and families, attending movies or plays, and engaging in similar activities. Filing taxes as unemployed No Double Benefit Allowed You cannot do either of the following. Filing taxes as unemployed Deduct work-related education expenses as business expenses if you benefit from these expenses under any other provision of the law, for example, the tuition and fees deduction (see chapter 35). Filing taxes as unemployed Deduct work-related education expenses paid with tax-free scholarship, grant, or employer-provided educational assistance. Filing taxes as unemployed See Adjustments to Qualifying Work-Related Education Expenses , next. Filing taxes as unemployed Adjustments to Qualifying Work-Related Education Expenses If you pay qualifying work-related education expenses with certain tax-free funds, you cannot claim a deduction for those amounts. Filing taxes as unemployed You must reduce the qualifying expenses by the amount of such expenses allocable to the tax-free educational assistance. Filing taxes as unemployed For more information, see chapter 12 of Publication 970. Filing taxes as unemployed Tax-free educational assistance includes: The tax-free part of scholarships and fellowships (see chapter 1 of Publication 970), The tax-free part of Pell grants (see chapter 1 of Publication 970), The tax-free part of employer-provided educational assistance (see chapter 11 of Publication 970), Veterans' educational assistance (see chapter 1 of Publication 970), and Any other nontaxable (tax-free) payments (other than gifts or inheritances) received for education assistance. Filing taxes as unemployed Amounts that do not reduce qualifying work-related education expenses. Filing taxes as unemployed   Do not reduce the qualifying work-related education expenses by amounts paid with funds the student receives as: Payment for services, such as wages, A loan, A gift, An inheritance, or A withdrawal from the student's personal savings. Filing taxes as unemployed   Also, do not reduce the qualifying work-related education expenses by any scholarship or fellowship reported as income on the student's return or any scholarship which, by its terms, cannot be applied to qualifying work-related education expenses. Filing taxes as unemployed Reimbursements How you treat reimbursements depends on the arrangement you have with your employer. Filing taxes as unemployed There are two basic types of reimbursement arrangements—accountable plans and nonaccountable plans. Filing taxes as unemployed You can tell the type of plan you are reimbursed under by the way the reimbursement is reported on your Form W-2. Filing taxes as unemployed For information on how to treat reimbursements under both accountable and nonaccountable plans, see Reimbursements in chapter 26. Filing taxes as unemployed Deducting Business Expenses Self-employed persons and employees report business expenses differently. Filing taxes as unemployed The following information explains what forms you must use to deduct the cost of your qualifying work-related education as a business expense. Filing taxes as unemployed Self-Employed Persons If you are self-employed, report the cost of your qualifying work-related education on the appropriate form used to report your business income and expenses (generally Schedule C, C-EZ, or F). Filing taxes as unemployed If your educational expenses include expenses for a car or truck, travel, or meals, report those expenses the same way you report other business expenses for those items. Filing taxes as unemployed See the instructions for the form you file for information on how to complete it. Filing taxes as unemployed Employees If you are an employee, you can deduct the cost of qualifying work-related education only if you: Did not receive (and were not entitled to receive) any reimbursement from your employer, Were reimbursed under a nonaccountable plan (amount is included in box 1 of Form W-2), or Received reimbursement under an accountable plan, but the amount received was less than your expenses for which you claimed reimbursement. Filing taxes as unemployed If either (1) or (2) applies, you can deduct the total qualifying cost. Filing taxes as unemployed If (3) applies, you can deduct only the qualifying costs that were more than your reimbursement. Filing taxes as unemployed In order to deduct the cost of your qualifying work-related education as a business expense, include the amount with your deduction for any other employee business expenses on Schedule A (Form 1040), line 21. Filing taxes as unemployed (Special rules for expenses of certain performing artists and fee-basis officials and for impairment-related work expenses are explained later. Filing taxes as unemployed ) This deduction (except for impairment-related work expenses of disabled individuals) is subject to the 2%-of-adjusted-gross-income limit that applies to most miscellaneous itemized deductions. Filing taxes as unemployed See chapter 28. Filing taxes as unemployed Form 2106 or 2106-EZ. Filing taxes as unemployed   To figure your deduction for employee business expenses, including qualifying work-related education, you generally must complete Form 2106 or Form 2106-EZ. Filing taxes as unemployed Form not required. Filing taxes as unemployed   Do not complete either Form 2106 or Form 2106-EZ if: If amounts included in box 1 of your Form W-2, are not considered reimbursements, and You are not claiming travel, transportation, meal, or entertainment expenses. Filing taxes as unemployed   If you meet both of these requirements, enter the expenses directly on Schedule A (Form 1040), line 21. Filing taxes as unemployed (Special rules for expenses of certain performing artists and fee-basis officials and for impairment-related work expenses are explained later. Filing taxes as unemployed ) Using Form 2106-EZ. Filing taxes as unemployed   This form is shorter and easier to use than Form 2106. Filing taxes as unemployed Generally, you can use this form if: All reimbursements, if any, are included in box 1 of your Form W-2, and You are using the standard mileage rate if you are claiming vehicle expenses. Filing taxes as unemployed   If you do not meet both of these requirements, use Form 2106. Filing taxes as unemployed Performing Artists and Fee-Basis Officials If you are a qualified performing artist, or a state (or local) government official who is paid in whole or in part on a fee basis, you can deduct the cost of your qualifying work-related education as an adjustment to gross income rather than as an itemized deduction. Filing taxes as unemployed Include the cost of your qualifying work-related education with any other employee business expenses on Form 1040, line 24. Filing taxes as unemployed You do not have to itemize your deductions on Schedule A (Form 1040), and, therefore, the deduction is not subject to the 2%-of-adjusted-gross-income limit. Filing taxes as unemployed You must complete Form 2106 or 2106-EZ to figure your deduction, even if you meet the requirements described earlier under Form not required . Filing taxes as unemployed For more information on qualified performing artists, see chapter 6 of Publication 463. Filing taxes as unemployed Impairment-Related Work Expenses If you are disabled and have impairment-related work expenses that are necessary for you to be able to get qualifying work-related education, you can deduct these expenses on Schedule A (Form 1040), line 28. Filing taxes as unemployed They are not subject to the 2%-of-adjusted-gross-income limit. Filing taxes as unemployed To deduct these expenses, you must complete Form 2106 or 2106-EZ even if you meet the requirements described earlier under Form not required . Filing taxes as unemployed For more information on impairment-related work expenses, see chapter 6 of Publication 463. Filing taxes as unemployed Recordkeeping You must keep records as proof of any deduction claimed on your tax return. Filing taxes as unemployed Generally, you should keep your records for 3 years from the date of filing the tax return and claiming the deduction. 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The Filing Taxes As Unemployed

Filing taxes as unemployed Index A Accidentes, Pérdidas deducibles. Filing taxes as unemployed , Pérdidas no deducibles. Filing taxes as unemployed Agencia Federal para el Manejo de Emergencias (FEMA) , cómo comunicarse con la, Cómo Comunicarse con la Agencia Federal para el Manejo de Emergencias (FEMA) Ajustes a la base, Ajuste a la base de los bienes de una sociedad anónima. Filing taxes as unemployed , Ajustes a la Base Aplazamiento de la declaración de una ganancia, Aplazamiento de la Declaración de una Ganancia Bienes de reposición adquiridos antes de presentar la declaración de impuestos, Bienes de reposición adquiridos antes de presentar la declaración de impuestos. Filing taxes as unemployed Bienes de reposición adquiridos después de haber presentado la declaración de impuestos, Bienes de reposición adquiridos después de haber presentado la declaración de impuestos. Filing taxes as unemployed Cambio de idea, Si cambia de idea. Filing taxes as unemployed Declaración enmendada, Declaración enmendada. Filing taxes as unemployed Documento escrito requerido, Documento escrito requerido. Filing taxes as unemployed Límite de 3 años, Límite de 3 años. Filing taxes as unemployed Sustitución de los bienes de reposición, Sustitución de los bienes de reposición. Filing taxes as unemployed Asistencia (see Ayuda con los impuestos) Automóviles Accidentes, Pérdidas deducibles. Filing taxes as unemployed Valor justo de mercado de, Valor de automóviles. Filing taxes as unemployed Ayuda (see Ayuda con los impuestos) Ayuda con los impuestos, Cómo Obtener Ayuda con los Impuestos B Base Ajustada, Base Ajustada Ajustes a, Ajuste a la base de los bienes de una sociedad anónima. Filing taxes as unemployed , Ajustes a la Base Propiedad de Reposición, Base de la propiedad de reposición. Filing taxes as unemployed Base ajustada, Base Ajustada Bienes de reposición, Bienes de Reposición Ajuste a la base de los bienes de una sociedad anónima, Ajuste a la base de los bienes de una sociedad anónima. Filing taxes as unemployed Aplazamiento de la declaración de una ganancia, Bienes de reposición adquiridos antes de presentar la declaración de impuestos. Filing taxes as unemployed Pago adelantado, Pago adelantado. Filing taxes as unemployed Vivienda principal Ubicada en zona de desastre, Vivienda principal en una zona de desastre. Filing taxes as unemployed Bienes de uso personal Cómo declarar pérdidas y ganancias, Bienes de uso personal. Filing taxes as unemployed Bienes extraviados o perdidos, Bienes extraviados o perdidos. Filing taxes as unemployed Bienes muebles Deducción de pérdidas, cálculo de, Bienes muebles. Filing taxes as unemployed Bienes raíces de uso personal, Excepción en el caso de bienes inmuebles de uso personal. Filing taxes as unemployed Bienes robados (see Pérdidas por robo) Bienes robados recuperados, Bienes robados recuperados. Filing taxes as unemployed C Comentarios sobre la publicación, Comentarios y sugerencias. Filing taxes as unemployed Cómo aplazar la declaración de una ganancia, Cómo Aplazar la Declaración de una Ganancia Cómo calcular una ganancia, Propiedad usada en parte para fines comerciales y en parte para fines personales. Filing taxes as unemployed Cómo calcular una pérdida, Comprobación de las pérdidas por robo. Filing taxes as unemployed Base ajustada, Base Ajustada Pérdidas en zonas de desastre, Cómo calcular la deducción de pérdidas. Filing taxes as unemployed Seguro y otros reembolsos, Seguro y Otros Reembolsos Cómo Calcular una Pérdida, Cómo Calcular la Deducción Cómo declarar pérdidas y ganancias, Declaración de una ganancia. Filing taxes as unemployed , Cómo Declarar Pérdidas y Ganancias Adquiridos antes o después de presentar la declaración de impuestos, Cuándo Declarar Pérdidas y Ganancias Base, ajustes a la, Ajustes a la Base Bienes de uso personal, Bienes de uso personal. Filing taxes as unemployed Deducciones mayores al ingreso, Si las Deducciones son Mayores que el Ingreso Depósitos monetarios, Cómo se declaran las pérdidas de depósitos monetarios. Filing taxes as unemployed Tabla 1, Tabla 1. Filing taxes as unemployed Cómo Declarar la Pérdida de Depósitos Monetarios Pérdidas en zonas de desastre, Cómo declarar la pérdida en el Formulario 1040X. Filing taxes as unemployed Propiedad comercial y de generación de ingresos, Bienes comerciales y de generación de ingresos. Filing taxes as unemployed Comprobación de las Pérdidas, Comprobación de las Pérdidas Contribuyentes casados Límites de la deducción, Contribuyentes casados. Filing taxes as unemployed , Contribuyentes casados. Filing taxes as unemployed Costos Fotografías tomadas después de la pérdida, Costos de fotografías y tasaciones. Filing taxes as unemployed Gastos imprevistos, Gastos afines. Filing taxes as unemployed Jardines, Jardines. Filing taxes as unemployed Limpieza, Costos de limpieza y reparaciones. Filing taxes as unemployed Protección, Costos de protección. Filing taxes as unemployed Reparaciones, Costos de limpieza y reparaciones. Filing taxes as unemployed Reposición, Costos de reposición. Filing taxes as unemployed Tasaciones, Costos de fotografías y tasaciones. Filing taxes as unemployed Costos de limpieza, Costos de limpieza y reparaciones. Filing taxes as unemployed Costos de protección, Costos de protección. Filing taxes as unemployed Costos de reparación, Costos de limpieza y reparaciones. Filing taxes as unemployed Costos de reposición, Costos de reposición. Filing taxes as unemployed D Declaración enmendada, Declaración enmendada. Filing taxes as unemployed Defensor del Contribuyente, El Servicio del Defensor del Contribuyente está aquí para ayudarlo a usted. Filing taxes as unemployed Desastres declarados por el gobierno federal, Propiedad comercial o de generación de ingresos ubicada en una zona de desastre declarada por el gobierno federal. Filing taxes as unemployed , Pérdidas en Zonas de Desastre Deudas incobrables, Deudas incobrables no relacionadas con los negocios. Filing taxes as unemployed Deudas incobrables no relacionadas con los negocios, Deudas incobrables no relacionadas con los negocios. Filing taxes as unemployed Documentación de la pérdida, Comprobación de las pérdidas por robo. Filing taxes as unemployed Donaciones en efectivo, Donaciones en efectivo. Filing taxes as unemployed E Entidad afín, compra de bienes de reposición de una, Compra de bienes de reposición de una entidad afín. Filing taxes as unemployed Esquemas de inversión de tipo Ponzi , Pérdidas provenientes de esquemas de inversión de tipo Ponzi (Ponzi-type schemes). Filing taxes as unemployed Expropiaciones forzosas, Expropiaciones forzosas. Filing taxes as unemployed F Fallecimiento de un contribuyente Aplazamiento de la declaración de una ganancia, Fallecimiento de un contribuyente. Filing taxes as unemployed Fines comerciales, propiedad usada en parte para, Propiedad usada en parte para fines comerciales y en parte para fines personales. Filing taxes as unemployed Fondo de emergencia del empleador en caso de desastre, Fondo de emergencia del empleador en caso de desastre. Filing taxes as unemployed Formulario 1040, Anexo A, Bienes de uso personal. Filing taxes as unemployed Formulario 1040, Anexo D, Bienes de uso personal. Filing taxes as unemployed Formulario 1040X Pérdidas en zonas de desastre, Cómo declarar la pérdida en el Formulario 1040X. Filing taxes as unemployed Formulario 4684 Cómo declarar pérdidas y ganancias en bienes de uso personal, Bienes de uso personal. Filing taxes as unemployed Fotografías Documentación de la pérdida, Costos de fotografías y tasaciones. Filing taxes as unemployed G Ganancias Aplazamiento de, Aplazamiento de la Declaración de una Ganancia, Cómo Aplazar la Declaración de una Ganancia Cómo calcular, Cómo Calcular una Ganancia Cómo declarar, Cómo Comunicarse con la Agencia Federal para el Manejo de Emergencias (FEMA) Cuándo declarar, Si cambia de idea. Filing taxes as unemployed Reembolsos, Ganancias por reembolsos. Filing taxes as unemployed Gastos afines, Gastos afines. Filing taxes as unemployed Gastos imprevistos, Gastos afines. Filing taxes as unemployed I Información adicional (see Ayuda con los impuestos) J Jardines, Jardines. Filing taxes as unemployed L Límites de la deducción, Límites de la Deducción Límites de la Deducción Regla de los $100, Regla de los $100 Regla del 10%, Regla del 10% Regla del 2%, Regla del 2% N Niños desaparecidos, fotografías de, Recordatorios P Pagos calificados para mitigación de desastres, Pagos calificados para mitigación de desastres. Filing taxes as unemployed Pagos del seguro por gastos de manutención, Pagos del seguro por gastos de manutención. Filing taxes as unemployed Paneles de Yeso (Drywall) Corrosivos, Procedimiento Especial Correspondiente a Daños Ocasionados por Paneles de Yeso (Drywall) Corrosivos Pérdida de inventario, Pérdida de inventario. Filing taxes as unemployed Pérdidas en zonas de desastre, Pérdida de inventario por desastre. Filing taxes as unemployed Pérdida de madera en pie, Pérdida de madera en pie. Filing taxes as unemployed Pérdidas Calcular la cantidad (see Cómo calcular una pérdida) Cómo declarar, Cómo Comunicarse con la Agencia Federal para el Manejo de Emergencias (FEMA) Comprobación de las, Recuperación de pérdida deducida. Filing taxes as unemployed Cuándo declarar, Si cambia de idea. Filing taxes as unemployed (Tabla 3), Tabla 3. Filing taxes as unemployed Cuándo deducir una pérdida por hecho fortuito o robo Depósitos monetarios (see Pérdidas de depósitos) Documentación de, Comprobación de las pérdidas por robo. Filing taxes as unemployed Hecho Fortuito (see Pérdidas por hecho fortuito) Robo (see Pérdidas por robo) Zonas de desastre (see Pérdidas en zonas de desastre) Pérdidas de Depósitos Declaración de (Tabla 1), Tabla 1. Filing taxes as unemployed Cómo Declarar la Pérdida de Depósitos Monetarios Pérdidas de depósitos monetarios, Bienes extraviados o perdidos. Filing taxes as unemployed , Tabla 3. Filing taxes as unemployed Cuándo deducir una pérdida por hecho fortuito o robo Cuándo declarar, Pérdidas de depósitos monetarios. Filing taxes as unemployed Pérdidas deducibles, Pérdidas deducibles. Filing taxes as unemployed Pérdidas en Zonas de Desastre Cómo calcular la deducción de pérdidas, Cómo calcular la deducción de pérdidas. Filing taxes as unemployed Cómo deducir la pérdida del año anterior, Cómo deducir la pérdida del año anterior. Filing taxes as unemployed Cuándo deducir, Cuándo deducir la pérdida. Filing taxes as unemployed Tabla 3, Tabla 3. Filing taxes as unemployed Cuándo deducir una pérdida por hecho fortuito o robo Declaración en una declaración enmendada, Declaración de pérdida por desastre en declaración de impuestos enmendada. Filing taxes as unemployed Desastre declarado por el gobierno federal, Propiedad comercial o de generación de ingresos ubicada en una zona de desastre declarada por el gobierno federal. Filing taxes as unemployed , Pérdidas en Zonas de Desastre Documentación, Documentación. Filing taxes as unemployed Formulario 1040X, Cómo declarar la pérdida en el Formulario 1040X. Filing taxes as unemployed Inventario, Pérdida de inventario por desastre. Filing taxes as unemployed Pagos calificados de asistencia en caso de desastre, Pagos calificados de asistencia en caso de desastre. Filing taxes as unemployed Pagos calificados para mitigación de desastres, Pagos calificados para mitigación de desastres. Filing taxes as unemployed Plazos Tributarios Aplazados, Zona de desastre con cobertura. Filing taxes as unemployed Préstamo federal cancelado, Préstamo federal cancelado. Filing taxes as unemployed Reglas para vivienda principal, Vivienda principal en zona de desastre. Filing taxes as unemployed , Ganancias. Filing taxes as unemployed Vivienda inhabitable, Vivienda inhabitable por desastre. Filing taxes as unemployed Pérdidas en zonas de desastre, Pérdida del inquilino. Filing taxes as unemployed Pérdidas no deducibles, Pérdidas no deducibles. Filing taxes as unemployed Pérdidas por hecho fortuito, Tabla 3. Filing taxes as unemployed Cuándo deducir una pérdida por hecho fortuito o robo Comprobación de las, Comprobación de las pérdidas por hecho fortuito. Filing taxes as unemployed Cuándo declarar, Pérdidas. Filing taxes as unemployed Definición, Hecho Fortuito Depósitos monetarios, pérdidas de, Pérdida ordinaria o por hechos fortuitos. Filing taxes as unemployed Deterioro progresivo, Deterioro progresivo. Filing taxes as unemployed Pérdidas deducibles, Pérdidas deducibles. Filing taxes as unemployed Pérdidas no deducibles, Pérdidas no deducibles. Filing taxes as unemployed Registros para el cálculo de, Registros para el cálculo de pérdidas por hecho fortuito y robo. Filing taxes as unemployed Pérdidas por robo, Robo Bienes extraviados o perdidos, Bienes extraviados o perdidos. Filing taxes as unemployed Comprobación de las, Comprobación de las pérdidas por robo. Filing taxes as unemployed Cuándo declarar, Pérdidas. Filing taxes as unemployed Cuándo Deducir una Pérdida por Hecho Fortuito (Tabla 3), Tabla 3. Filing taxes as unemployed Cuándo deducir una pérdida por hecho fortuito o robo Esquemas de inversión de tipo Ponzi , Pérdidas provenientes de esquemas de inversión de tipo Ponzi (Ponzi-type schemes). Filing taxes as unemployed Registros para el cálculo de, Registros para el cálculo de pérdidas por hecho fortuito y robo. Filing taxes as unemployed Valor justo de mercado de los bienes robados, Valor justo de mercado de los bienes robados. Filing taxes as unemployed Plazo de reposición, Plazo de Reposición Prórroga de, Prórroga. Filing taxes as unemployed Plazos Plazos Tributarios Aplazados, Plazos Tributarios Aplazados Plazos Tributarios Aplazados, Plazos Tributarios Aplazados Propiedad alquilada, Propiedad alquilada. Filing taxes as unemployed Cuándo declarar, Pérdida del inquilino. Filing taxes as unemployed Propiedad comercial o de generación de ingresos, Propiedad comercial o de generación de ingresos. Filing taxes as unemployed Propiedad de reposición Base de, Base de la propiedad de reposición. Filing taxes as unemployed Vivienda principal, Vivienda principal repuesta. Filing taxes as unemployed Publicaciones (see Ayuda con los impuestos) R Reducción de intereses, Reducción de intereses y multas. Filing taxes as unemployed Reducción de intereses y multas, Reducción de intereses y multas. Filing taxes as unemployed Reducción de multas, Reducción de intereses y multas. Filing taxes as unemployed Reembolsos Asistencia en caso de desastre, Asistencia en caso de desastre. Filing taxes as unemployed Donaciones en efectivo, Donaciones en efectivo. Filing taxes as unemployed Falta de presentación de una solicitud, Falta de presentación de una solicitud de reembolso. Filing taxes as unemployed Fondo de emergencia del empleador en caso de desastre, Fondo de emergencia del empleador en caso de desastre. Filing taxes as unemployed Recibido después de la deducción de una pérdida, Reembolso Recibido Después de la Deducción de una Pérdida Tipos de, Tipos de Reembolsos Registros para el cálculo de pérdidas por hecho fortuito y robo, Registros para el cálculo de pérdidas por hecho fortuito y robo. Filing taxes as unemployed S Seguros, Seguro y Otros Reembolsos Gastos de manutención, pagos del seguro por, Pagos del seguro por gastos de manutención. Filing taxes as unemployed Servicio del Defensor del Contribuyente, El Servicio del Defensor del Contribuyente está aquí para ayudarlo a usted. Filing taxes as unemployed Servicios gratuitos para los impuestos, Cómo Obtener Ayuda con los Impuestos Subsidios de asistencia en caso de desastre, Asistencia en caso de desastre. Filing taxes as unemployed Subsidios estales de asistencia por desastres para empresas, Subsidios estatales de asistencia por desastre para empresas. Filing taxes as unemployed Subsidios federales de asistencia en caso de desastre, Subsidios federales de asistencia en caso de desastre. Filing taxes as unemployed Sugerencias para la publicación, Comentarios y sugerencias. Filing taxes as unemployed T Tablas y figuras Cómo Declarar la Pérdida de Depósitos Monetarios (Tabla 1), Tabla 1. Filing taxes as unemployed Cómo Declarar la Pérdida de Depósitos Monetarios Cuándo Deducir una Pérdida por Hecho Fortuito (Tabla 3), Tabla 1. Filing taxes as unemployed Cómo Declarar la Pérdida de Depósitos Monetarios , Tabla 3. Filing taxes as unemployed Cuándo deducir una pérdida por hecho fortuito o robo Tasaciones, Tasaciones. Filing taxes as unemployed , Costos de fotografías y tasaciones. Filing taxes as unemployed V Valor justo de mercado Cálculo de la disminución de, Disminución del Valor Justo de Mercado Puntos a no tener en cuenta, Cómo Calcular la Disminución del Valor Justo de Mercado —Puntos a No Tener en Cuenta Puntos a tener en cuenta, Cómo Calcular la Disminución del Valor Justo de Mercado —Puntos a Tener en Cuenta Disminución del valor de mercado de la propiedad en la zona del hecho fortuito o en sus alrededores, Disminución del valor de mercado de la propiedad en la zona del hecho fortuito o en sus alrededores. Filing taxes as unemployed Valor sentimental, Valor sentimental. Filing taxes as unemployed Prev  Up     Home   More Online Publications