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sav3m3lov3ly
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Where do I put my gas expenses? And my cell phone bill that I had to use while working for Postmates?

 
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sav3m3lov3ly
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Where do I put my gas expenses? And my cell phone bill that I had to use while working for Postmates?

In the self-employment option?
RyanH2
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Where do I put my gas expenses? And my cell phone bill that I had to use while working for Postmates?

You can use the steps below to enter any expenses you incurred working for Postmates.

To Enter Your Gas Expenses:

1. Select "Business" at the top of the screen

2. Choose "Continue", then "I'll choose what I work on"

3. Select "Start" next to "Business Income and Expenses"

4. Select "Edit" next to your business name

5. Scroll down to Business Expenses

6. Now select "Start" next to "Business Vehicle Expense"

7. Select "Edit" next to your vehicle(or enter the information when asked to)

8. Continue until you arrive to the screen asking for mileage and make any changes

9. Continue answering the questions until you are asked "Do you want to see if your actual vehicle expenses give you a bigger deduction?", answer "Yes"

10. On this page you will see an area to enter gas expenses

For more information on claiming your mileage visit this link: Business Use of Vehicles


To Enter Your Phone Expenses:

1. Select "Business" at the top of the screen

2. Choose "Continue", then "I'll choose what I work on"

3. Select "Start" next to "Business Income and Expenses"

4. Select "Edit" next to your business name

5. Scroll down to Business Expenses

6. Now select "Start" next to "Other Common Business Expenses"






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