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I will typically drive from my home to the school I teach at

non-deductible commuting

and then from there directly to a tutoring site.

deductible on your schedule C

From there I will drive either to another tutoring site

also deductible on your schedule C

or home. Eventually I will drive home.

non-deductible commuting

I'm also wondering what other deductions you think I might be able to take against my income on Schedule C, if there are any at all.

Any expenses you have related to this work would be deductible. Some possibilities are: telephone calls related to tutoring the tutors, supplies used, books and other research material, and teaching aids.

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