Here is another one of those annoying "can I write this off" type questions.By profession I am an airline pilot and I am trying to gather all the expenses associated with the job and seeing if they exceed the standard deduction for a single filer. I have been looking at things like hotel and meal expenses (paid by me not the company) cell phone, dry cleaning, moving expenses and so on. Another one, which would be the most significant for me would be housing expenses. I am a resident of Michigan and file in Michigan. I took up temporary residence in PA and TX in 2007 for work at my expense. I would travel from MI to PA or TX and stay at the place I was renting in order to be at work, this is known as a "crash pad" in the airline industry. Does this sound like something that could be written off as a work related expense? Thanks for the info!P
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