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Part 5, Chapter 8:  Manual Exhibit Q

Miscellaneous Expense Allowance


Expense Reimbursable
Fees for disconnecting and connecting equipment, appliances, and utilities, and converting appliances for operation on available utilities.

Yes
Fees for unblocking and blocking, and related expenses, in the relocation of a mobile home (doesn't include transportation expenses).

Yes
Fees for cutting and fitting rugs, draperies, and curtains moved from old to new residence.

Yes
Forfeiture losses on medical, dental, and food-locker contracts that are not transferable; and contracts for private institutional care (i.e., provided for handicapped or invalid dependents only) that are not transferable or refundable.

Yes
Costs of automobile registration, driver's license, and use taxes imposed when bringing automobiles into certain jurisdictions.

Yes
Losses in selling or buying real and personal property, and items related to such transactions.

No
Costs reimbursed under other provisions of the Federal Travel Regulations.

No
Additional insurance on shipment/storage of household goods.

No
Additional costs of movement of household goods in excess of 18,000 pounds.

No
Costs of items newly acquired specifically for use in the new duty station (e.g., new carpet).

No
Fines for traffic violations imposed while en route to the new duty station.

No
Losses sustained as a result of the sale or disposal of personal property not considered convenient or practicable to move.

No
Damage or loss of clothing, luggage, or other persanal effects while traveling to new location.

No
Medical expenses incurred by employee or family members en route to the new duty station.

No
Costs for structural alterations to new dwelling.

No


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