Scooter charger? Don't miss these 13 tax write-offs!

It's true — juicing won't make you rich. But if you don't write off these expenses, it's even harder to make good money!

Extra chargers

If you've bought extra chargers to juice in parallel, those are tax deductible!

Partial rent (Garage)

If you charge your scooters in the garage, then you can claim home office tax deduction!

Gloves & wipes

Equipment that helps you do pickups and handle the scooters is tax deductible.

Electricity costs

If you charge at home, part of your monthly electricity bill is tax deductible.

Phone & accessories

If you use your phone for work (who doesn't?) then it's partially deductible.

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If you drive for work ...
If you drive a car to pick up scooters, you get to claim car-related expense tax write-offs!
Note: It's also possible to report the miles you drive for work instead of actual car expenses, but unless you drive a lot for work, you'll save more time & money with tracking car expenses. Learn more...
Gas

Gas is expensive! A portion of your gas station fill ups are tax-deductible.

Car maintenance

Oil changes, repairs, and regular checkups are all tax-deductible if you drive for work.

Insurance & registration

Car insurance, roadside assistance, registration costs, etc. are all tax-deductible.

Parking

Parking for a meeting downtown or other work trip is tax-deductible!

Tolls

A toll while driving to or from a work destination is tax-deductible!

Vehicle depreciation

If you drive your own vehicle, you can write off the annual depreciation of its value!

If you work from home ...
Note: you don't need to work from a separate room to claim these write offs. A dedicated desk is sufficient. Learn more...
Home office furniture

A desk, chairs, lamps, and other home office necessities are all tax write offs.

Wi-Fi bill

Your Wi-Fi bill is a tax write off. You need internet to do your job!

Property insurance

Whether rental or homeowner insurance, you can write off a portion as part of home office.

Power bill

Gotta keep the lights on in your home office! A portion of your electricity bill counts.

Water bill

It'd be hard to work in an office without running water, huh? Your water bill counts.

Part of your rent

Whether you pay rent or own your home, a portion of those expenses are tax deductible.

If you discuss work at a restaurant ...
The IRS considers any restaurant expense tax deductible as long as the conversation is work-related. This includes discussing industry trends, and even a chat that could turn into a referral. Learn more...
Meals for work

If you discuss work with a coworker, client, or even a friend, it's a write-off!

If you leave town for work ...
If you ever travel more than 100 miles away to juice — first of all, nice hustle — you can claim the following business travel expenses.
The IRS considers any restaurant expense tax deductible as long as the conversation is work-related. This includes discussing industry trends, and even a chat that could turn into a referral. Learn more...
Transportation

Planes, trains, and car rentals are all work-related travel costs that can be written off.

Lodging

When you travel for work, lodging expenses like hotel rooms and Airbnbs are write-offs.

Meals while traveling

When you're traveling for work, all meals are tax-deductible. Even takeout!