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Subject: Re: 1099 or W-2 employee? Date: 3/19/2003 2:52 PM
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If you're an employee, you can deduct your unreimbursed business expenses in excess of 2% of your AGI as a miscellaneous itemized deduction on Schedule A. See form 2106, Employee Business Expenses.

Where are you in Maine? I'm in the Portland area.

LF
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Hello Fellow Mainer,

Currently I am just outside of Bangor, but I have recently applied for a job in the Kennebunk area, so I may be moving.

As far as the deduction goes, I guess I would rather be a 1099 employee and be able to write off all my expenses since they have said nothing about reimbursing me for any, which means that if I'm a W-2 employee I would have to pay 2% of my AGI in expenses out of pocket. Doesn't sound too good to me. Its a shame since mortgage rates keep dropping and its a great time to refi.

Lemongirl
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