Moving Expenses Form - IRS Form 3903

Last updated: 2017


Employees may use the 2017 form to determine whether or not they can claim additional moving expense deductions when filing their income tax return. Form 3903 summarizes the total cost for transportation, storage and lodging minus the amount reimbursed from the employer. This amount may be used as an additional income tax deduction. To determine whether or not they can claim an additional moving expense deduction, the employee should contact the Internal Revenue Service or their tax advisor. 

Note: With the passage of Tax Cuts and Job Act of 2017, all moving expenses are now taxable. The law does not allow any portion of moving expenses to be nontaxable, including costs for moving companies or trucks. Policies and procedures related to recent tax law changes are being reviewed by CU system administration and campus leaders. We will update information as policies are approved and implemented.

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