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September 17, 2009

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I am now trying to convince the irs of a similar case. I not only have daily log sheets to verify my miles, but a yearly log book as well as pay stubs. I am an independent courier with yearly mileage in 2007 of 103200 and 2008 mileage of 98600
The irs is disputing my claim. Do I have recourse

It can be quite annoying having to argue your case with the irs. One of the downsides of being a courier.

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