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Hi everyone --
Can I write off the interest paid on a car loan, if I am a sole proprietorship and use the vehicle for business?

I am in the middle of incorporating, but will be buying this vehicle in the next day or so. (The incorporating may not be done for 6 months.) So, the vehicle will be bought when the company is a sole proprietorship.

Thanks for any advice. I appreciate it.

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