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I am asking this question in hopes that a CPA will be able to clarify this issue for me concerning a temporary job assignment. In 1999 I enter a company's management training program which was eight months long. I moved to the area in which the program is conducted( this is immediately after graduating from college). I fully expected to move from this location
after having completed the program.

My question is -is this considered a temporary job assignment, and if so what expenses incurred during this period are deductable(rent, commute, ...)?

I appreciate any insight that can be provided.
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