IRS Publications

Direct links to federal tax publications and forms are included as a matter of convenience to you, the visitor.

Pub 1 – Your Rights As a Taxpayer

Pub 3 – Armed Forces’ Tax Guide

Pub 15 – Circular E, Employer’s Tax Guide

Pub 15A – Employer’s Supplemental Tax Guide

Pub 17 – Your Federal Income Tax

Pub 51 – Circular A, Agricultural Employer’s Tax Guide

Pub 54 – Tax Guide for U.S. Citizens and Resident Aliens Abroad

Pub 80 – Circular SS – Federal Tax Guide for Employers in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands

Pub 225 – Farmer’s Tax Guide

Pub 334 – Tax Guide for Small Business

Pub 393 – Federal Employment Tax Forms

Pub 463 – Travel, Entertainment, Gift, and Car Expenses

Pub 470 – Limited Practice Without Enrollment

Pub 487 – How to Prepare Application to Release Property Secured by Federal Tax Lien

Pub 501 – Exemptions, Standard Deduction, and Filing Information

Pub 502 – Medical and Dental Expenses

Pub 503 – Child and Dependent Care Expenses

Pub 504 – Divorced or Separated Individuals

Pub 505 – Tax Withholding and Estimated Tax

Pub 509 – Tax Calendars

Pub 510 – Excise Taxes

Pub 513 – Tax Information for Visitors to the U.S.

Pub 514 – Foreign Tax Credit for Individuals

Pub 515 – Withholding of Tax on Nonresident Aliens and Foreign Corporations

Pub 516 – U.S. Government Civilian Employees Stationed Abroad

Pub 517 – Social Security and Other Information for Members of the Clergy & Religious Worker

Pub 519 – U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens

Pub 521 – Moving Expenses

Pub 523 – Selling Your Home

Pub 524 – Credit for the Elderly or the Disabled

Pub 525 – Taxable and Nontaxable Income

Pub 526 – Charitable Contributions

Pub 527 – Residential Rental Property (Including Rental of Vacation Homes)

Pub 529 – Miscellaneous Deductions

Pub 530 – Tax Information for First-Time Homeowners

Pub 531 – Reporting Tip Income

Pub 534 – Depreciating Property Placed In Service Before 1987

Pub 535 – Business Expenses

Pub 536 – Net Operating Losses

Pub 537 – Installment Sales

Pub 538 – Accounting Periods and Methods

Pub 541 – Partnerships

Pub 542 – Corporations

Pub 544 – Sales and other Dispositions of Assets

Pub 547 – Casualties, Disasters, and Thefts

Pub 550 – Investment Income and Expenses (Including Capital Gains and Losses)

Pub 551 – Basis of Assets

Pub 552 – Recordkeeping for Individuals

Pub 553 – Highlights of Tax Changes

Pub 554 – Tax Guide for Seniors

Pub 555 – Community Property

Pub 556 – Examination of Returns, Appeal Rights, and Claims for Refund

Pub 557 – Tax-Exempt Status for Your Organization

Pub 559 – Survivors, Executors and Administrators

Pub 560 – Retirement Plans for Small Business

Pub 561 – Determining the Value of Donated Property

Pub 564 – Mutual Fund Distributions

Pub 570 – Tax Guide for Individuals With Income from U.S. Possessions

Pub 571 – Tax-Sheltered Annuity Programs for Employees of Public Schools and Certain Tax-Exempt Organizations

Pub 575 – Pension and Annuity Income

Pub 583 – Starting a Business and Keeping Records

Pub 584 – Casualty, Disaster, and Theft Loss Workbook (Personal-Use Property)

Pub 584-B – Casualty, Disaster, and Theft Loss Workbook

Pub 587 – Business Use of Your Home (Including Use by Day-Care Providers)

Pub 590 – Individual Retirement Arrangements (IRAs)

Pub 593 – Tax Highlights for U.S. Citizens and Residents Going Abroad

Pub 594 – The IRS Collection Process

Pub 595 – Capital Construction Fund for Commercial Fishermen

Pub 596 – Earned Income Credit

Pub 598 – Tax on Unrelated Business Income of Exempt Organizations

Pub 600 – State and Local General Sales Taxes

Pub 721 – Tax Guide to U.S. Civil Service Retirement Benefits

Pub 783 – Instructions on how to apply for Certificate of Discharge of Property from Federal Tax Lien

Pub 784 – How to Prepare Application for Certificate of Subordination of Federal Tax Lien

Pub 785 – Purchase Money Mortgages and Subordination of the Federal Tax Lien

Pub 786 – Instructions for Preparing Notice of Non-Judicial Sale of Property & Application for Consent to Sale

Pub 794 – Favorable Determination Letter

Pub 850 – English-Spanish Glossary of Words and Phrases

Pub 892 – Exempt Organization Appeal Procedures for Unagreed Issues

Pub 901 – U.S. Tax Treaties

Pub 907 – Tax Highlights for Persons With Disabilities

Pub 908 – Bankruptcy Tax Guide

Pub 910 – IRS Guide to Free Tax Services

Pub 915 – Social Security and Equivalent Railroad Retirement Benefits

Pub 919 – How Do I Adjust My Tax Withholding?

Pub 925 – Passive Activity and At-Risk Rules

Pub 926 – Household Employers Tax Guide

Pub 929 – Tax Rules for Children and Dependents

Pub 936 – Home Mortgage Interest Deduction

Pub 938 – Real Estate Mortgage Investment Conduits (REMICS) Reporting Information (And Other Collateralized Debt Obligations (CDOs))

Pub 939 – General Rule for Pensions and Annuities

Pub 946 – How to Depreciate Property

Pub 950 – Introduction to Estate and Gift Taxes

Pub 954 – Tax Incentives for Empowerment Zones and Other Distressed Communities

Pub 957 – Reporting Back Pay and Special Wage Payments to the Social Security Administration

Pub 962 – Earned Income Tax Credit (Stuffer)

Pub 963 – Federal-State Reference Guide

Pub 966 – Electronic Choices to Pay All Your Federal Taxes

Pub 967 – The IRS Will Figure Your Tax

Pub 969 – Medical Savings Accounts

Pub 970 – Tax Benefits for Higher Education

Pub 971 – Innocent Spouse Relief

Pub 972 – Child Tax Credit

Pub 1024 – How to Prepare Application for Certificate of Nonattachment of Federal Tax Lien

Pub 1035 – Extending the Tax Assessment Period

Pub 1075 – Tax Information Security Guidelines for Federal, State and Local Agencies and Entities

Pub 1542 – Per Diem Rates

Pub 1544 – Reporting Cash Payments of Over $10,000

For the most up-to-date information, please visit the IRS website.

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Moving Expenses May Be Deductible! Taxpayers may be able to deduct certain expenses of moving to a new home because they started or changed job locations. Use Form 3903, Moving Expenses, to claim the moving expense deduction when filing a federal tax return. Home means the taxpayer’s main home. It does not include a seasonal home or other homes owned or kept up by the taxpayer or family members. Eligible taxpayers can deduct the reasonable expenses of moving household goods and personal effects and of traveling from the former home to the new home. Reasonable expenses may include the cost of lodging while traveling to the new home. The unreimbursed cost of packing, shipping, storing and insuring household goods in transit may also be deductible. Who Can Deduct Moving Expenses? 1. The move must closely relate to the start of work. Generally, taxpayers can consider moving expenses within one year of the date they start work at a new job location. 2. The distance test. A new main job location must be at least 50 miles farther from the employee’s former home than the previous job location. For example, if the old job was three miles from the old home, the new job must be at least 53 miles from the old home. A first job must be at least 50 miles from the employee’s former home. 3. The time test. After the move, the employee must work full-time at the new job for at least 39 weeks in the first year. Those self-employed must work full-time at least 78 weeks during the first two years at the new job site. Here are a few more moving expense tips from the IRS: • Reimbursed expenses. If an employer reimburses the employee for the cost of a move, that payment may need to be included as income. The employee would report any taxable amount on their tax return in the year of the payment. • Nondeductible expenses. Any part of the purchase price of a new home, the cost of selling a home, the cost of entering into or breaking a lease, meals while in transit, car tags and driver’s license costs are some of the items not deductible. • Recordkeeping. It is important that taxpayers maintain an accurate record of expenses paid to move. Save items such as receipts, bills, canceled checks, credit card statements, and mileage logs. Also, taxpayers should save statements of reimbursement from their employer. • Address Change. After any move, update the address with the IRS and the U.S. Post Office. To notify the IRS file Form 8822, Change of Address. ** We hope this was helpful information. If you have any questions about Moving expenses please contact Franek Tax Services....

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