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Dear XXXXX I have a client who is self employed and has a

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I have a client who is self employed and has a van and a car used for business. Is it acceptable to claim mileage on one vehicle and direct costs and capital allowances on the other?

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Yes it is, as they are separate vehicles, just be aware that when a method is chosen (whether the mileage or actual method for each vehicle) that it has to be claimed that way for that vehicle, every tax year (and a change over can only occur when that vehicle is replaced)




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