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My husband pays a bridge toll commuting to work. Can I use ...

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My husband pays a bridge toll commuting to work. Can I use the toll as a deduction?
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Lev replied 9 years ago.

Commuting transportation expenses between home and regular or main job location are not deductible.

If these are commuting between home and temporary job location (assuming you have a main job location) or between main job and second job - these transportation expenses are deductible. If this is a case you may deduct car expenses and additional bridge toll fees.

Please see iRS publication 463 page 14 -

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