This week, we’re excited to speak with Lisa Jeffries, founder of Raleighwood Media. See why there’s no typical day for this go-getter and how automatic mileage tracking comes in handy for her and her events-planning company.
2016 is right around the corner and among all the resolutions about losing weight, being better organized or taking that trip you’ve always wanted to take—why not resolve to save money on taxes in the new year, starting with your mileage? Here are five mileage tips to maximize your 2017 mileage deduction.
The IRS says that to deduct your mileage as a business expense on your tax return you must keep a record of your business trips during the year and the total miles your drive. This is often used for the mileage deduction for business use of a personal car. But, what happens if you use your business car only for work purposes? Do you still need a mileage log?
When it comes to tracking your miles for taxes, we often talk about the mileage deduction and the mileage reimbursement. But there are other tax reasons to keep a mileage log. Let’s dive into the medical expense deduction and what role medical mileage plays. We’ll also discuss who can take this deduction, as well as what records you have to keep.