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IRS Mileage Log Requirements: The Definitive Guide

February 1, 2023 If you use your personal vehicle for business purposes, the IRS allows you to deduct a part of the expenses incurred as a tax write-off. To claim these deductions, it is essential to keep a record of all business-related miles driven in your vehicle. This record is commonly known as a mileage…

IRS Mileage Guide: The Definite Manual to IRS-Proof Mileage Logging

Introduction If your drive a car for business, you could be eligible to claim the expenses on your federal income tax return. Therefore, if you're a mobile financial planner who travels to clients all over the city, you may write off the miles you rack up while operating a vehicle for work. In this article,…

What to do if the IRS did not accept your mileage log

Last updated: January 2, 2023 Surprisingly, not everyone is aware of the fact that they may be eligible for a mileage tax deduction for all the business miles driven. Furthermore, even fewer people know how to keep a simple mileage log and what to do if the IRS does not accept the mileage log they…

Google helps with your mileage log

Nobody likes getting letters from the IRS, period. If you do receive one, however, you’d better act as quickly as possible in order to avoid an IRS fine, which is sometimes an enormous amount. Mileage logging is no exception: if you had claimed a business mileage tax deduction that the IRS rejected, you have to…

Can I Switch From Actual Expenses to Standard Mileage?

June 13, 2022 Using a car for business generates a significant amount of expenses for those who drive their vehicle to create revenue, leaving many wondering how to deduct mileage on taxes. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) offers 2 ways to calculate how much you can deduct from those expenditures each tax year - these…