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Top 10 Commonly Missed Tax Deductions

By 03.22.19February 22nd, 2022No Comments
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Are you unsure of the deductions available to you as a trucking business owner? Don’t worry, we’re here to help! We’ve teamed up with Jim O’Donnell, owner and CEO of Trucker Tax Service to bring you 10 commonly missed deductions for truckers. Scan the list – are you leaving any money on the table?

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1. Accounting fees

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2. Money order expenses

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3. Truck washes

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4. Travel bags

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5. Cab curtains

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6. First aid supplies

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7. Lap desk

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8. Bunk heater

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9. Seat covers

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10. Factoring fees

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Head into tax season worry free by partnering with a factoring company like eCapital and turn the wait and worry of unpaid invoices into the ease and advantage of immediate cash. Plus, we offer perks like free fuel cards and access to our exclusive broker network. It’s the smarter way to get paid. Call us at 800.705.1500 or fill out the form for a free, no-obligation rate quote.

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