Deduct kilometers and your commute when you are a self-employed
Yes but not as a self-employed
You are allowed to deduct the kilometers between your home and your workplace.Be careful though: you do not deduct them as a self-employed but in the part I of your tax return, instead of actual costs.
In most cases, the lump-sum deduction, that applies automatically, is more interesting.
It is worth considering deducting actual costs for that part from 100 kilometers a day.
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