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Converting from a salaried position to a commissioned sales positions can be very confusing for an employee, especially those not familiar with paying their own expenses. These employees need guidance on what can be deducted and what can’t as well as how to keep proper records for income tax purposes.
The rules for claiming expenses by employees are restrictive and can be confusing. Employed commission salespersons face additional challenges as they may have sales expenses as well as auto expenses and home office expenses. And each of these types of expenses has its own set of restrictions.
How to tell if you’re self-employed or an employee. Any why that’s important.
Under what conditions can an employee deduct employment expenses?
The restrictions placed on each type of expense claim.
How to keep proper records to audit-proof employment expense claims for commission employees.
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