What did you do to your NBS GMT800 Tahoe/Yukon Today?

Sam Harris

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I feel the pain on the super. I’ve had to run it ever since I put a blower on it and since it was my daily it could get pretty expensive depending on where my job site was. Sucks when you have to spend $100+ a week in gas just to get back and forth to work. Now that I’m retired my fuel bill is way down, thankfully.:happy107:
Ahh E85….. but hell even that is a fawking dollar a gallon more than it should be!! 2.80 last fillup. I know who to blame, but will refrain from political talk. :mad:
 

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I feel the pain on the super. I’ve had to run it ever since I put a blower on it and since it was my daily it could get pretty expensive depending on where my job site was. Sucks when you have to spend $100+ a week in gas just to get back and forth to work. Now that I’m retired my fuel bill is way down, thankfully.:happy107:
I'm spending $25-$40 daily on fuel over here. Work related purposes. Plus I sit idling slot through the work day. I might just quit my job with these gas prices!! Haha!!
 

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I'm spending $25-$40 daily on fuel over here. Work related purposes. Plus I sit idling slot through the work day. I might just quit my job with these gas prices!! Haha!!
If it’s work related then your employer should pay you mileage or if not you can keep track of it and get a tax credit.
 

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If it’s work related then your employer should pay you mileage or if not you can keep track of it and get a tax credit.
I tried that sometime ago....... You have to have a TON of receipts adding up to a TON of money to make the process for an additional tax credit refund worth it. ( If the "work-related" gas bill is DURING AN EMPLOYER'S request, then hope for a generous boss....now days)

If you are an independent contractor tracking all business expenses, then it can be included into general expenses. When I was working for myself, I would include expenses in the invoice. ( And just paying myself back)..
 

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