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On that note...what about a new startup. My DW and her partner have a startup, inc. last year, but as of yet, no profits. They drive quite a bit for business, but it doesn't make sense for them to dump more $$ into the company, just to pay out the mileage reimbursement. Based on your answer, can they just deduct the mileage reimbursment not paid on their personal taxes?
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