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HamCandy
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Tax question regarding fuel

Reimbursement. I get a certain amount of money at the beginning of the month for fuel. No taxes are taken out of that check and my employer will 1099 me for it. How do I report this. I keep all my fuel receipts, I'm just worried I will have to pay taxes on it and its a lot of money.

I don't know much about taxes so if the above question makes no sense sorry.


BFIV
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Member since Apr 2012
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re: Tax question regarding fuel
Are you an independent contractor? Not quite enough info in your question. If you are reimbursed for your fuel expenses, you have no fuel expenses.


HamCandy
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Member since Dec 2008
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re: Tax question regarding fuel
I'm a salary employee. The amount I get per month is fixed, wether I drive 20miles or 400miles.


Tenforty1728
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Member since Oct 2012
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re: Tax question regarding fuel
It'll be included in your gross wages in your W-2. You'll need to list your automotive expenses as unreimbursed employee business expenses which will become an itemized deduction. If you don't itemize, that's bad news. If you do there's still a 2% floor on these deductions, but hopefully you've been slightly overcompensated for gas.


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