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If personal auto expenses are included on the 1040 of an 1120S business owner, do they need to complete all of Schedule C or is there a different way to report miles?

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and tie the personal auto mileage to the 1120 S business?
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Those expenses are employee business expenses.  They are no longer deductible for  Federal purposes; some states still allow.

There's NO Sch C in the mix.

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And if there's no W-2.... you've got bigger problems to deal with.

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The personal use of the auto should have been on the shareholder's W-2.


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This person started a new topic, pointing out this is Business use of a personal vehicle; here:

https://proconnect.intuit.com/community/proconnect-tax-online-discussions/discussion/how-does-an-own...

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@cynthiaeoneill-g 

A Sched C would not be used for someone who is an employee. Is there someone able to review how to run an S Corp with you and this client? Because, based on the activity you describe for the personal vehicle and what you are trying to do with the data, both you and the tax payer would benefit from a review with someone more knowledgeable for how to run the S Corp operations per the IRS regulations that apply. It is never wrong to be mentored.

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