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Your Job Search May Be Tax Deductible

If you're job-hunting for a new position in the same field you're currently in you may be able to take a write off on your taxes. You need to be willing to keep good records and receipts, but if you've got the documentation chances are you can deduct your job-hunting expenses. The Wall Street Journal gives some guidance on this topic.

Posted: 1/31/08