Flight Crew Expense ReporterUse our Exclusive Flight Expense Reporter© for listing and submitting your annual Pilot and Flight Attendant business expenses.
The IRS allows pilots and flight attendants to deduct travel and training-related expenses incurred in the course of their work. You are not required to retain individual receipts for purchases under $75, but you must record the item, date, and amount in your logbook or diary. Do not send or bring receipts or diary information to Wolcott & Associates, P.A.. However, keep such documentation for five(5) years in the event of IRS audit. Note that these expenses are included in the annual 1040 tax return as itemized deductions. If your standard deduction exceeds your total itemized deductions, it is usually more advantageous to claim the standard deduction.
To use the Wolcott & Associates, P.A. Flight Expense Reporter:
- Register and use the Reporter to list your deductible business expenses.
- Don't wait until the end of the year! Use the Reporter every time you make a deductible purchase. The Reporter accumulates expenses entered during the course of the year.
- Use the "Edit" feature to make changes and corrections.
- Print a report listing all expenses entered during the year.
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