Deduct an electric car
This might be your next car!
You may have noticed that a lot of self-employed professionals invest in electric vehicles. There is a good reason to that: until end 2020, they have been able to deduct 120% of their investment, and the equipment needed for an electric vehicle. From 2020 onwards, deductibility will be limited to "only" 100%.
On top of that, note that electricity is not only less costly than benzine: you can also deduct 75% of the electricity destined to your car, 100% as from 2020.
💡Would you rather invest in a hybrid? Note that from 2020, your hybrid should emit less than 50 gr CO2/km and have energy capacity under 0,5 kWh/100 kg to be considered as such.
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