Employee Business Expenses

"IRS Form 2106"


The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) provides Form 2106 : Employee Business Expenses to individuals so they can claim their ordinary and necessary business expenses.

What is Form 2106 ?

Form 2106 is for workers who incur business costs while executing their employment but do not get paid by their employers in the form of allowances or reimbursements.

How Does Form 2106 Works ?

Armed Forces reservists, qualifying performing artists, fee-based state or local government officials and employees with work-related expenses due to an impairment utilize this form.

Who Can File Form 2106 ?

The Form 2106 used to submit claims for allowable business expenses, including meals, mileage, and other expenses.

What Types of Expenses can be Deducted on Form 2106 ?

You can make an above-the-line adjustment to income for employee business expenses by including IRS Form 2106 with your federal Form 1040 tax return.

How to File Form 2106 : Employee Business Expenses ?

The address will vary depending on the state you reside in if you're mailing Form 2106 along with your tax return. On its website, the IRS gives information for each state.

Where to Mail Form 2106 ?

How to File Electronically Form 2106 ?

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Form 2106 is available on the IRS website, and you can e-file it along with your Form 1040.