If you are not paying any interest on this loan, then there is nothing for you to report on your taxes. Repayment of a loan is not an expense to you. You are simply repaying money that you borrowed. The only expense you would actually have here is if you were paying interest on that loan. And if no interest is being paid, then there is nothing to report as an expense.
Thank you dj
Hello again dj,
The loan itself is not something you report. The loan is not reported as income to you and therefore repayment of the loan is not an expense.
However, if you used the money to purchase equipment or for other business expenses, you will of course report the actual amount that you spent on those expenses, just the same as if you had used your own money to make those purchases. The only point here is that this really has nothing to do with the loan or the loan repayments. The loan itself is not income and the repayments are not an expense.
You will only report the actual amounts you spent on business expenses, the same as if you had used your own money to make these purchases.
Hello again do,
Yes, absolutely you may do this and should do this. Again, the loan is really an irrelevant factor here. It is the same as if you had used your own money. So you should list that item as business property and claim the full depreciation to which you are entitled. It does not matter that the loan has not fully been repaid.
That loan is a totally separate issue, and does not change the fact that you paid for an asset to which you are allowed to claim depreciation, regardless of how it was paid for.
Thank you do