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    Individuals who own a business or are self-employed and use their vehicle for business may deduct car expenses on their tax return. If a taxpayer uses the car for both business and personal purposes, the expenses must be split. The deduction is based on the portion of mileage used for business.


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    In the event that you account a vehicle or get one, you can't deduct your month to month costs on your assessments. This standard applies in case you're a sole owner and utilize your vehicle for business and individual reasons. In case you're independently employed and buy a vehicle only for business reasons, you might have the option to discount a portion of the expenses.


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    Am Also having the same issue please guide me too


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    Thanks for sharing


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