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Which, if any, of the following expenses is subject to the

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Which, if any, of the following expenses is subject to the 2%-of-AGI floor?

1. Contribution to traditional IRA.

2. None of the above.

3. Office in the home deduction for a statutory employee.

4. Cost of a CPA exam review course—taxpayer just began employment with an accounting firm.

5. Qualified tuition expenses under § 222.
Hello leyMo,

The answer is #4 - Cost of a CPA exam review course.

This would be considered an employee business expense, and expenses in that category are subject to the 2% of AGI floor.

None of the other expenses listed are subject to any 2% limitations.

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Thank you leyMo

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