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Good morning. No...this would not be allowable. The corporation is a separate entity and if one owner is appropriating corporate assets for his/her own personal use, the corporation should basically either require the owner to pay the fair market value for that use....just as if a corporate owner was using a corporate vehicle for personal use...or the corporation should treat that as compensation to that owner and issue a 1099 to the owner for the value.
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