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barewear29
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I have mileage to report on taxes but I am not self employed. Is this done under income and expenses even though it says "self-employed"

 
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IsabellaG
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I have mileage to report on taxes but I am not self employed. Is this done under income and expenses even though it says "self-employed"

If you received a W-2 to report the income for which you incurred the mileage, you'd enter it as an Employment Expense, under Job Related Expenses. This would be a vehicle expense.

If you received a 1099-MISC for this income, you'd report it as a business expense. 

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IsabellaG
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I have mileage to report on taxes but I am not self employed. Is this done under income and expenses even though it says "self-employed"

If you received a W-2 to report the income for which you incurred the mileage, you'd enter it as an Employment Expense, under Job Related Expenses. This would be a vehicle expense.

If you received a 1099-MISC for this income, you'd report it as a business expense. 

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