by: montysmagic • 2
Save on your taxes. Get a larger tax refund. The IRS will currently give you a tax credit of 55 cents for every business mile you drive. If you are a business person, salesman, do charity work for non profits, or simply make a lot of donations, you can save money on your taxes but you have to have a good log of the transactions.
Add A Car - use this to keep track of more then one card. You can track a small fleet of cars.
Add Meal - keep track of your tax deductable meals.
Add Mileage – keep track of business miles driven.
Add Other Transactions – this section allows you to keep track of almost any deductable item.
List Cars - if you have more then one car, you can list all the cars in your fleet.
List By Category – list tax deductable items by category.
List Meals – list meals and meetings.
Loan Calculator – calculate loans.
Mileage – list all tax deductable mileage driven.
Mileage By Car – list tax deductable miles by car.
Settings – set your preferences.
Year End Add Mileage – record your year end mileage.
Year End Report – report year end mileage. Your accountant will need this for tax deductions.
Save To CSV – save as a csv file so you can use it in other programs such as Excel.
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