We will be moving within a year as a condition of my husbands mew employment. We will only be moving about 30 miles from our current residence, but it's a requirement of his job that he live in the new county where his job is located (he will be an employee of the new county). He would not have been hired if he hadn't agreed to move.Would our moving expenses be deductable? Probably not, but the exact numbers needed aren't in your post. How far you move isn't the issue.To meet the distance test, for which there is no non-military exception, your new job must be 50 miles further from your old house than was your old job. For example, if your husband's current commute is 3 miles and his new place of employment is 55 miles from your current home, you meet the distance test. If the new job is less than 50 miles from your current home, you're out of luck.Details are in Pub 521.Phil MartiVITA Volunteer
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