Keep records to claim business-travel deductions on your tax return

04/3/2012 | USA Today

As an employee who travels for business, you can deduct various travel expenses that aren't reimbursed by your employer after your expenses exceed a certain threshold. For example, you can deduct costs such as airfare, dry cleaning and cab rides to business meetings. It's essential to keep records of your activities to substantiate your deductions.

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