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Old 03-29-2012, 02:19 PM
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Default Business Use % Vehicle Question

We bought a new van in 2011 and are planning on using the actual vehicle expense method for taxes and to take advantage of the 100% bonus depreciation rule this year. One thing I'm not clear about though. The business use last year was 41%. Do I use that 41% for claiming the deduction for these 2011 taxes only and then come up with a new percent and recalculate each future year what the deduction is, or do I stick with the first years 41% for all 5 years of deductions?
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