Troy and Lisa Clement-Fisher learned a valuable lesson in their visit to court. The couple deducted three different vehicles for business purposes. On each of the vehicles, they kept handwritten logs of business miles for part of each year. These were nice records, but they were missing a vital ingredient. The couple had no proof of total miles driven for the year and that rendered the samples useless.
Think about your vehicle logs. First, you need them—or you can simply ... Log in to view full article.