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Thursday, April 21, 2005

 

Keeping Tabs on Job Search Costs

Looking for work costs money. While we usually remember major items like employment agency fees or flying out of state for an interview, we overlook the little expenses which add up, especially over 4 to 6 months which is the average time out of work.

Keep everything arranged in a large folder or envelope and when tax time comes, you will have a record that establishes your right to deduct job search costs from your income. Include such items as newspaper purchases, books you buy (resume primers, job search help, company informational research), cab fare, bus fare, postage, parking, mileage, motel room charges, resume printing and copying, job fairs.

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