A Forum for Scooter Enthusiasts, Scooter Chargers, and Scooter Mechanics.

Help, tips, technique, and frequently asked questions.
Don't forget to include expenses for power, tools, equipment (tarps, gloves, etc).

You could probably deduct power too if you had a way to measure or estimate it. I'm not comfortable doing this accurately and don't think it'd be much money for me. So I skipped this one.
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You can use the home office deduction for the area you use to charge but I suggest you read the rules. The big restriction is that you don’t use the area for non-business activity.

I’m planning to get the delux car interior wash at my local car wash before the end of the year to be able to write it off.
TheBird wrote:
Wed Dec 19, 2018 11:38 am
Koobdan wrote:
Wed Dec 19, 2018 10:09 am
My charging money is less than 3000 dis year. Do I still pay tax on it?
Based on H&R block, no. (https://www.hrblock.com/tax-center/inco ... ile-taxes/)
If scooter charging is your only income and you only made $3000 then you won’t have to file taxes. I’m sure you have other money coming in. If all your income is over $10,400 you have to file taxes. This includes your scooter income.
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