I have a question about claiming moving expenses. I relocated for my job. I couldn't claim moving expenses on my 2014 return since I hadn't worked at my new position long enough. So, when can you deduct moving expenses?

You can deduct moving expenses in the year you paid them . If you did not meet the requirement, claiming moving expenses can be handled following the ways:

  • Claim the moving expense deduction on your original return for the year paid.
  • Wait until you meet the time requirement and file an amended return for the year you paid the moving expenses.

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