Show Me the Deductions, Part 3: Travel and Transportation

Sloan, Chuck
March 2007
Back Stage West;3/1/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p10
The article focuses on the tax deduction for travel expense of actors. The travel expense of actors is tax-deductible by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. So, it is important that actors keep a record of the travel and appointments. Actors who own cars are advised to keep all the expense receipts. Information on how to calculate the tax deduction for those who travel by subways and buses is provided.


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