The home-relocation loan deduction provided a deduction to employees required to relocate to another part of the country for work, equal to the deemed interest benefit on certain low-interest loans.
The 2017 federal budget repealed this deduction effective January 1, 2018.
Moving expenses related to a move for the purposes of employment or business are still eligible for a tax credit.
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