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Q&A: Is work required to pay for non slip shoes?

by tom44 on May 19, 2013

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Question by Dellauise: Is work required to pay for non slip shoes?
I work at a restaurant in Minneapolis, and they are requiring all employees to purchase non slip shoes, other wise they will send them home. Is the restaurant responsible for the cost of the shoes?

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  1. Bash Limpbutt's Oozing Cyst© says:

    Although most employers do pay for required safety equipment it is not required by law that they do so.

    If it is required and you are not reimbursed for it you can claim a 2% miscellaneous itemized deduction for them IF they are not suitable for wear off-the-job. This goes on Form 2106 which flows to Schedule A. If you are not itemizing OR if your total employee business expenses are less than 2% of your AGI, you get no tax benefit from this.

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