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#2988
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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#2994
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.
#3046
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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