Claiming Automobile Expenses

One of the more common expenses claimed by taxpayers are automobile expenses (applies to any motor vehicle such as van, bus, pickup truck, station wagon, SUV or other truck).

Many individuals use their automobile for work or business and incur personal expenses in doing so.  It is important to note that only expenses of a business nature are eligible as a deduction against their related income.  As such, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has strict requirements in ensuring that only business-related expenses are claimed.

As a result, the retention of automobile tax records becomes imperative for every taxpayer that uses an automobile for work or business.

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