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Unclear "work"-related vehicle expenses under rental property

Under rental property, there is a part for "Vehicle Expenses". Under that, there is "Other expenses for my car".  In it, there are these...

- Work-related parking fees

- Work-related tolls

- Work-related local transportation

 

My question is...   Does the word "work" means to my regular employment work   OR   business work related to the rental property ?

 

 

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Unclear "work"-related vehicle expenses under rental property

Ok... in the Rental property expenses section the program only wants expenses related to the Rental only.   The term WORK  is a generic term used in   the vehicle expenses input section which is exactly  the same for rentals, self employment and employee expenses.  

KarenM90
Intuit Alumni

Unclear "work"-related vehicle expenses under rental property

If you are in the Rental Section, those expenses would be related solely to vehicle expenses related to the Rental Property only.

 

If you entered Vehicle Expenses in the Rental Section and used the Standard Mileage Rate, you can still claim Parking, Tools, and Interest. 

 

Unreimbursed work related expenses related to your W2 income, are no longer deductible except for military.

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