auto expense


auto expense
auto expense UK US noun [C] US (UK car allowance)
TAX, TRANSPORT the amount of money that someone spends on using a car for business purposes, which can be included when calculating taxes: »

You may be able to deduct auto expenses if you are using your vehicle for business.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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