Opening up your home or using your extra apartments for AirBNB is a great way to get to know travelers and support your income with already available assets. AirBNB has become the go-to for tourists when visiting a new city, but trying to give your guests the warmest welcome to your town can sometimes dip a little too much into your wallet. Don't worry we're here to help you see how you can save that extra dime when tax season comes around.
Write off anything related to keeping your rental space safe and cozy!
Treating your guests pays off! Write off that bottle of wine or house breakfast.
Cleaning up doesn't sound so bad after you know you can deduct it from your taxes!
Grabbing fresh sheets, towels, or even just toilet paper for your guests can be deducted!
The percentage AirBNB takes for every guest? Don't worry you'll get it back in write offs!
Fees from streaming services like Netflix are deductible if they're offered to guests.
If you use your phone for work (who doesn't?) then it's partially deductible.
Your monthly phone bills are expensive! Good thing the cost is partially deductible.
If you take your guest out for dinner, it's partially deductible!
Gas is expensive! A portion of your gas station fill ups are tax-deductible.
Oil changes, repairs, and regular checkups are all tax-deductible if you drive for work.
Car insurance, roadside assistance, registration costs, etc. are all tax-deductible.
Parking for a meeting downtown or other work trip is tax-deductible!
A toll while driving to or from a work destination is tax-deductible!
If you drive your own vehicle, you can write off the annual depreciation of its value!
A desk, chairs, lamps, and other home office necessities are all tax write offs.
Your Wi-Fi bill is a tax write off. You need internet to do your job!
Whether rental or homeowner insurance, you can write off a portion as part of home office.
Gotta keep the lights on in your home office! A portion of your electricity bill counts.
It'd be hard to work in an office without running water, huh? You water bill counts.
Whether you pay rent or own your home, a portion of those expenses are tax deductible.
If you discuss work with a coworker, client, or even a friend, it's a write-off!
Planes, trains, and car rentals are all work-related travel costs that can be written off.
When you travel for work, lodging expenses like hotel rooms and Airbnbs are write-offs.
When you're traveling for work, all meals are tax-deductible. Even takeout!