Which Service is Right for You?
This brief quiz will help determine whether Retained Search or Interim Talent is the right strategy for your next search.
Originally published in Ashton Tweed Connection, March 2011
It’s tax time again. And if you’re looking for a new job in your present occupation, there are a number of expenses that you can deduct. Résumé preparation and mailing, employment agency fees, and travel and transportation are few examples. Here we share some tips about what job search expenses you can and can’t deduct from your taxes.
What Job Search Expenses Aren’t Deductible? Although many job search-related expenses are deductible, you can’t claim them if:
What Job Search Expenses Can You Deduct? According to the Internal Revenue Service, the following are job search expenses that are deductible:
Click here for the Internal Revenue Service’s detailed information on what job search expenses you can and can’t deduct on your taxes.