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IRS Depreciation Deduction Limitations & Lease Inclusion Amounts - 2013

The IRS has issued the depreciation deduction limitations and lease inclusion amounts for vehicles purchased or leased in 2013. In general, there are two methods for computing vehicle expenses, the standard mileage rate (56.5 cents per mile for 2013; 55.5 cents per mile for 2012) or the actual expense method. If you use the standard mileage rate method you may not depreciate your car or deduct lease payments. If you use the actual cost method, you may take deductions for depreciation or lease payments, registration fees, licenses, gas, insurance, oil, repairs, garage rent, tolls, tires and parking fees.

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