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Auto Expense Worksheet ­ 2010

A logbook of business miles driven must be kept in order to deduct auto expenses. Deductions for un-reimbursed business expenses must be ordinary and necessary.

Automobile Expenses Vehicle #1

Year & Make Purchase Date Purchase Price Date In Service Odometer Reading January 1st Odometer Reading December 31st Total Miles (Business and Personal) Business Miles Driven

Vehicle #2

Gasoline & Oil Repairs & Maintenance Tires Car Washes Insurance License/Registration Vehicle Lease Parking/Storage Miscellaneous Expense

Do you keep a logbook of miles driven? (Please Circle) You MUST keep a logbook in order to deduct auto expenses! Do you use above vehicle(s) for personal use? (Please Circle) Do you receive an auto allowance from your employer? (Please Circle)

Yes

No

Yes Yes

No No

Expense worksheets and tax organizer are provided as an aid to gather information pertinent to preparing your tax return. The expenses listed on these worksheets may or may not be all inclusive of your specific allowed deductions, nor are they necessarily deductible in your field of work. If you are unsure of a specific deduction, please consult with your tax preparer.

I hereby attest that the information provided above is true and correct and is to be used in the preparation of my tax return:

Signature:___________________________________

Date:___________________________________

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