TransportationCrossing Membership Is Now Tax Deductible
Released on: February 1, 2008, 1:04 pm
Press Release Author: EmploymentScape
Industry: Human Resources
Press Release Summary: TransportationCrossing membership is now tax deductible! Become a member of TransportationCrossing today in order to take part of this great opportunity!
Press Release Body: Pasadena, CA, February 1, 2008 -- Job-search website TransportationCrossing.com helps the transportation industry's professionals find jobs, and now the site can help its members when they file their taxes this season. Members of TransportationCrossing can now qualify to write off their job-seeking costs.
Searching for a job can be tedious, and with this added benefit many more transportation professionals will likely take advantage of the resources TransportationCrossing has to offer. According to the 2006 Internal Revenue Service Publication 529 regarding job-search expenses, "you can deduct certain expenses you have in looking for a job in your present occupation, even if you do not get a new job."
Job-search expenses vary depending on the specific situation, but they can include employment and outplacement agency costs, the costs of printing and mailing resumes to possible employers, and transportation costs related to job seeking.
"Job seekers should be aware of this great opportunity. I hope that they will use this information in a positive way," said CEO A. Harrison Barnes. "It's very useful to professionals seeking employment. This is just another way in which individuals can be helped along their job-search journey."
TransportationCrossing membership allows job seekers to gain access to the site's large job database, which is updated daily. For $29.95 per month members can access the site and the thousands of job listings it makes available to them. Members of the site can also access transportation jobs from around the country. In addition to job listings, TransportationCrossing features articles that focus specifically on the transportation industry. These articles keep transportation professionals up to date on the latest issues and trends in the industry