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Michelle Cornish is an experienced accountant with a passion for writing who enjoys spending time with her family in the sunny Okanagan. She writes about money and accountants because why should the lawyers get to have all the fun?!
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Every year, business owners miss tax deductions because they don't know what they can claim.
Here's a tip to help you identify all the expenses you incur for business purposes.
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The best way of thinking about this is if you didn't have the business would you still have the expense? If you answer yes, then it's not generally a business expense. However, if you wouldn't have the expense if it wasn't for the business, then it's a business expense. A business expense is anything you incur to try to earn money, whether your business is successful or not.