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 How much could you claim for mileage on 2006 taxes?

Answer Each year, the Internal Revenue Service announces the mileage rates on which deductible vehicle costs are calculated. In 2006, they were 44.5 cents a mile for business purposes, 14 cents for charit... Read More »
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Can you claim mileage on your federal taxes?

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) allows business mileage deduction for work at a temporary location; travel from a main job to a second job; and from your job to a temporary work location. Mileag... Read More »
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How Much Do You Get to Claim for Mileage for Charity Work?

The Internal Revenue Service allows income-tax filers to claim deductions for use of a personal vehicle for business, medical visits, moving or charity. One way to make claims is with a per-mile al... Read More »
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How much can be deducted on taxes for mileage for medical purposes?

For the 2009 tax year, mileage driven to get medical care is deductible at 24 cents per mile. The miles count from your residence to the place of medical care and back again. Record keeping is esse... Read More »
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How much income do i need to claim taxes?

If you are single, no one can claim you as a dependent, you are under 65 and made less than $9,350, then you do not need to file a federal return. If you are self-employed, any amount over $400 mus... Read More »
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