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Articles and Endorsements from other Tax Experts
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Written by Dr. Stephen Fishman
"The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act completely eliminated all miscellaneous itemized deductions subject to the 2% of AGI limit, including the deduction for unreimbursed employee expenses. Thus, employees who spend their own money for things like job related car expenses, travel, education, or tools get no deduction at all. The deduction for unreimbursed employee expenses is scheduled to return in 2026. . . . This makes it more important than ever to seek reimbursement for such expenses from the employer."
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Tax Surprises .Philly News
Written by Erin Arvelund
"Unreimbursed employee business expenses: For a lot of people, this will be a game changer. Employers may be able to help employees in reversing the lost tax benefit.". . . "with the new law, it’s taken on heightened significance.” “If you’re an employee paying for business meals, vehicle, travel, entertainment of clients, those won’t be deductible by employees anymore,” . . . "Employers can set up what’s known as an “accountable plan” with rules about what’s reimbursable and what’s not. Union dues, for instance, are an employee expense that’s no longer deductible" . . . “Everyone has to re-evaluate how much they withold from their paychecks, especially if they were heavy users of itemized deductions before the new law.”
Not all provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act are beneficial to taxpayers. One notable negative provision is the suspension of the deduction for employee business expenses. Under prior law, taxpayers who were employees were able to deduct expenses related to their employment as a miscellaneous itemized deduction, to the extent the expenses exceeded 2% of their adjusted gross income. Yet, under the tax reform, employee business expenses will not be allowed for tax years 2018 through 2025." . . ."The only possible remedy for the loss of this deduction is for an employee to negotiate an “accountable plan” with the employer."