For my professor clients, there was a Tax Court case this week involving an adjunct who tried deducting his teaching expenses as business deductions. The IRS disagreed. From the TaxProf Blog:
The Tax Court decided yesterday that an adjunct professor (who was paid $20,000) was an employee of Nova Southeastern University. As a result, he could not deduct the claimed $2,785.63 of business expenses on Schedule C and instead had to report them as employee expenses on Schedule A subject to the 2% floor on miscellaneous itemized deductions.
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