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Re: Mileage deduction from 1099 work

I think any time you drive between your 1099 job and either your home office or your W-2 job, that would count as allowable business miles that you can deduct on your Schedule C. Driving between your home office and your W-2 job would count as allowable business miles that you could claim as an unreimbursed employee business expenses on a Form 2106 that flows through to a miscellaneous itemized deduction. Your total miscellaneous itemized deductions are only allowable to the extent they exceed 2% of your income, and are capped once you are hit by the Alternative Minimum Tax.

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