Moving Expense Worksheet Name*Email* Phone*You can deduct eligible moving expenses from employment or self-employment income you earn at your new location if you move and establish a new home to be employed or carry on a business. You can also deduct moving expenses if you move to study courses as a student in full-time attendance enrolled in a program at a postsecondary level at a university, college or other educational institution. However, you can only deduct moving expenses from the taxable part of your scholarships, fellowships, bursaries, certain prizes, and research grants. Your new home must be at least 40 kilometers closer to the new place of work or educational institution.Full Address of OLD Residence:Full Address of NEW Residence:Full Name & Address of Employer after move:Date of Move: End Date of Move (If moving over multiple days): Date Started New Job: Income Earned at New Location (from date of move until Dec 31st):Any Reimbursement or Allowance not included in your income:Number of Household Members in the Move:Allowable Expenses:Transportation of Household Effects (Movers)Travel Costs to Move You and Your FamilySpecify the travel costs:Accommodations during moveMeals during the Move (max 3/person/day)Temporary Living (Max 15 Days)Meals For Temporary Living (Max 15 Days)Cost to Cancel LeaseCost to Maintain Old Residence if VacantCost to Hook Up UtilitiesOther Specify:ExpenseOther Specify:ExpenseOther Specify:ExpenseCost of Selling Old Residence:Sale PriceReal Estate CommissionLegal or Notary FeesTotal Charges for Cancelling MortgageAdvertising CostCost of Purchasing New Residence:Purchase PriceLegal or Notary FeesLand Transfer TaxConsent* I agree to receive further communications from C & V Income Tax Services. CAPTCHA This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.