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Hi, thanks for your answer and I'd be happy to rate you but I guess I didn't state my question clearly. Assuming I can prove my miles since I drive the same route everyday and the route is specified in a Job Order and Job Description by the courier company I drive for (and who 'leases' me and mu vehicle) in my job order and the miles are obvious by punching the cities that I am paid to drive to on my manifest in a map program - or - by repair receipts like you mentioned THEN does the Bankruptcy court use the standard business mileage deduction specified by the IRS? I was told they don't allow that standard 56.5 cents per mile even if you prove your miles - they ONLY will take provable receipted actual vehicle expenses and NOT mileage deductions (like the IRS allows). That was the question but I am not sure I made myself clear so thank you for your answer - we are consulting another attorney instead next week so I'll be asking him.
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