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Subject: Self-Employed Moving Expenses Deductible? Date: 7/10/2000 12:32 AM
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If a self-employed person moves (over 200 miles between prior and current business address), are both his business and personal moving expenses deductible?

The business currently is located in an office building. The business will be continued at the new address which will be in a residence (home office).

Are costs attributable directly (or pro-rated) to the business deducted on Schedule C? If allowed, where is the personal portion deducted?

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