Accordingly, as of July 2019, only seven states still allowed a moving tax deduction and/or continued to exclude moving reimbursements from income:
- New Jersey.
- New York.
You can deduct the expenses of moving your household goods and personal effects, including expenses for hauling a trailer, packing, crating, in-transit storage, and insurance. You can't deduct expenses for moving furniture or other goods you bought on the way from your old home to your new home.... see details ›
For most taxpayers, moving expenses are no longer deductible, meaning you can no longer claim this deduction on your federal return. This change is set to stay in place for tax years 2018-2025.... continue reading ›
Can you deduct the cost of moving expenses on your personal tax return? Probably not. Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJ), the deduction for job-related moving expenses has been suspended for 2018 through 2025, except for certain military personnel. In other words, you generally can't claim a deduction in 2022.... read more ›
The following expenses qualify as moving expenses as long as the employee meets the other tests: Moving the employee's household goods and personal effects (including in-transit storage expenses), and. Travel for the employee and his family (including lodging but not meals) from the employee's old home to his new home.... see more ›
New York State decided not to follow the changes made by the TCJA pertaining to no longer allowing the moving expense deduction and the exclusion from income of moving expense reimbursements for tax years 2018 through 2025. Therefore, you will be able to deduct both items on your New York State tax returns.... read more ›
You can only claim moving expenses on your taxes if you paid for moving personally. Any corporate moving expenses paid by your company will not count as tax deductible expenses. If the amount your company paid to relocate you exceeds the amount of the move, you cannot claim any moving expenses on your tax forms.... continue reading ›
No. You cannot deduct your moving expenses.... see details ›
For Arizona income tax purposes, moving expenses are realized after the move is complete. Therefore, federally deductible moving expenses incurred by an Arizona resident to move within Arizona are generally deductible on the Arizona income tax return.... see details ›
There is no line item for moving expenses for civilians, unfortunately. My wife and I moved to Colorado in 2020 and are civilians, so we got “screwed” by the Trump tax reform.... see more ›
Moving expenses are no longer deductible on a federal tax return due to the tax code changes for tax years 2018 thru 2025. Except for active military on Permanent Change of Station orders.... see more ›