may a union plumber required to travel to different locations away from his local area deduct travel expenses from his income when he is not compensated 13by the employer or the union. His rep says he can. Also how would this be claimed?

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there are rules regarding other employment expenses, you need to know the rules before you add the claim.
his employer should sign for him what kind of expense the tax buyer is eligable to claim and you can go to line 229 at the t1 which is liked to T777.
make sure you know what are the rules to claim employement expense before you claim them
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