If I operated a family owned vehicle for uber and having my name under insurance, Where do I enter expenses for mileage (gas), repair, cell, etc.. without depreciation.
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ssingh5653
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If I operated a family owned vehicle for uber and having my name under insurance, Where do I enter expenses for mileage (gas), repair, cell, etc.. without depreciation.

 
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AlanT
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If I operated a family owned vehicle for uber and having my name under insurance, Where do I enter expenses for mileage (gas), repair, cell, etc.. without depreciation.

Uber income and expenses are reported on Schedule C.  

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ssingh5653
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If I operated a family owned vehicle for uber and having my name under insurance, Where do I enter expenses for mileage (gas), repair, cell, etc.. without depreciation.

I know but where do I enter vehicle expenses if i didnt technically own the vehicle as it was owned by my parents.
AlanT
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If I operated a family owned vehicle for uber and having my name under insurance, Where do I enter expenses for mileage (gas), repair, cell, etc.. without depreciation.

You cannot deduct mileage, however, you can deduct the actual out of pocket vehicle expenses, such as gas, oil, tires, maintenance and repairs prorated for business miles.
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ssingh5653
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If I operated a family owned vehicle for uber and having my name under insurance, Where do I enter expenses for mileage (gas), repair, cell, etc.. without depreciation.

Understood. These deductions would go under “Business - Common Expenses” instead of “Vehicle Expenses” (as i didnt own vehicle) correct?
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