Rearranged and updated existing IRM content to include applicable internal controls under this subsection. The law suspended qualified moving expense deductions along with the exclusion for employer reimbursements and payments of moving expenses effective January 1, , for tax years through Relocations that occurred prior to January 1, , are still deductible. Editorial changes to reflect the authority are made throughout this IRM. Purpose - This IRM provides the policies and procedures for IRS employees who perform official relocation travel in the interest of the government. It also provides guidance to supervisory and administrative personnel who authorize, direct, review or certify payments for reimbursement of relocation expenses.
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Many service members may not know of their entitlements when shipping personal vehicles as they move overseas or return stateside, according to U. Transportation Command officials. These two commands work closely together in managing and monitoring this critical quality of life contract. Under the terms of the contract, IAL is responsible for processing, transporting and storing vehicles owned by military personnel and Department of Defense civilian employees bound for, or returning from, overseas duty assignments. They want customers to know that SDDC is aware of and understands the issues some of them have experienced while shipping their privately owned vehicle, adding that solving those issues is the command's No.
That depends on what you consider official army use. If it means transporting yourself to another location to perform an official duty, then yes. If it means transporting a piece of government equipment, then absolutely NOT! Said NCO can order you to go to a specific place for duty, how you get there is up to you. Technically, you cannot be ordered, say, to go to another base and pick someone up in your POV and be expected to pay for a tank of gasoline to do so.