1. FVSD's Avatar
    Is there anyone that resides in Canada that can tell me if we can claim business use of a personal cell phone? The specifics would be: I have a Torch that I pay $70 for per month, my employee subsidizes that by giving me $55 per month. Of course now the $55 is a taxable benefit, but can I claim any of this on my tax return?
    02-23-11 05:33 PM
  2. kyroguy's Avatar
    Canada has taxes too? *scratches it off the list of places to go when Obama finishes ruining America*

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    02-24-11 12:12 AM
  3. aznlgcy's Avatar
    Canada has taxes too? *scratches it off the list of places to go when Obama finishes ruining America*

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    Yeah and our taxes end up costing us more than what it would cost in the US
    02-24-11 12:17 AM
  4. Jake Storm's Avatar
    You would only be able to claim the $15 /month difference if you use the phone 100% for business. If you only use $55 /month business use then you are not using any of your own income as a business expense and you can't claim any.

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    02-24-11 01:57 AM
  5. pr1nce's Avatar
    So is Uncle Sam there too??
    02-24-11 02:11 AM
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