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Can you claim back petrol?

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  • I have worked for 32 plus years as a ' self employed ' Taxi driver, I submitted my accounts anually, with all expences clearly shown. Expenses such as, vehicle Lease Hire, or Lease purchase, fuel , servicing, tyres, valeting, Taxi meters and communication devices, annual inspections, were all tax deductable expenses. Allways retain receipts, for all business expences, and find an accountant to help you to prepare your tax return. After a couple of years, you should find that the annual tax return will become an easy task. Good luck.

  • I don’t think I can it’s up to my contract with amazon

  • If possible yes

  • Just keep your mileage record for each block, and on your tax return, you can offset against your income from Flex. The rate is 45p/mile for the 1st 10000 miles and 25p/mile thereafter for using your own car for business.

  • Whay the milage are not payd on exactly how much we do on day delivery? I can proof then the payment is less every week with almost 30% then I am doing just for delivery. Whay? I spend every day less then 40 milage to go and come to work and some time i use my on car , but with your account is look then I need more to go and come from and to work, then i need to delivery. Is not fair. Every week I pay from my money 30% on diesel. Whay

  • Simple answer No, but Yes. What I mean by this is you can offset your fuel as an exspence when doing your tax return and your fuel is offset against your profits. So if your profit is £13,000 for the year and your fuel is £3,000 for the year you pay TAX on the 10k not the 13k.

  • It says on their website you can claim it back as expenses when you send your tax off

  • No you can't claim back petrol or diesel

  • You can't claim back petrol with Amazon Flex.

  • No you cannot

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