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      Move-related vehicle expense

      The new law suspends the deduction for tax years beginning after Dec. 31, 2017, through Jan. 1, 2026. During the suspension, no deduction is allowed for use of an auto as part of a move using the mileage rate listed in?IRS Notice 2018-03.

      This does not apply to members of the Armed Forces on active duty who move related to a permanent change of station.

      Unreimbursed employee expenses

      The Act also suspends all miscellaneous itemized deductions subject to the 2 percent of adjusted gross income floor. This change affects unreimbursed employee expenses such as uniforms, union dues and the deduction for business-related meals, entertainment and travel.

      For additional guidance, see?IRS Notice 2018-42.

      Standard mileage rates for 2018

      The standard mileage rates for the use of a car, van, pickup or panel truck for 2018 remain:

      • 54.5 cents for every mile of business travel driven, a 1 cent increase from 2017.
      • 18 cents per mile driven for medical purposes, a 1 cent increase from 2017.
      • 14 cents per mile driven in service of charitable organizations, which is set by statute and remains unchanged.

      Increased depreciation limits

      The recent legislation also increases the depreciation limitations for passenger autos placed in service after Dec. 31, 2017, for purposes of computing the allowance under a fixed and variable rate plan. The maximum standard automobile cost may not exceed $50,000 for passenger automobiles, trucks and vans placed in service after Dec. 31, 2017.

      Tonya Sinitsin

      Practice Leader - Tax Services at Credo CFOs & CPAs
      Tonya Ivanova has been working in the accounting field since 1999. Tonya gained extensive public accounting experience while working in the audit practices of Deloitte and Bennett Thrasher in Atlanta, GA.
      Tonya has served a number of public to medium size clients in various industries including financial institutions, manufacturing, IT and retail sectors as well as non-profit organizations.
      In recent years, Tonya switched her focus to a private accounting practice delivering tax and financial services for small to medium sized businesses and non-profits.
      Tonya holds her CPA license in the state of Georgia. She received her Master of Accountancy degree from Auburn University and her MBA degree from St. Petersburg State University.
      Tonya Sinitsin