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Tag: mileage

Woman starting mileage tracker on smartphone

A number of different software applications that use a smartphone have become available for the purpose of recording business and personal mileage. 

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Car Mileage Log

Many taxpayers use a written logbook that they keep in their vehicle or a software application on their smartphone to track their deductable miles.

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Grandmother driving Grandchild

My wife drives to transport our granddaughter to our house to watch for the day. Is this to-and-from mileage deductible as a job-related expense?

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Man driving for work

For individual taxpayers, the cost of driving your vehicle for work is not an allowable deduction for tax years 2018 - 2025. This rule does not apply…

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babysitter painting a sun with a child

It all depends on your babysitting gig. Are you employed by an agency to work as a babysitter? Or are you self-employed with your own babysitting business?

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speedometer

In 2019 self-employed taxpayers can deduct their car expenses at the standard rate of 54.5 cents per mile driven for business. However, most employees cannot.

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speedometer

How many miles can I claim on my tax return when driving for work? 

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