If you’re self-employed, freelancer, entrepreneur or small business owner, you can deduct a variety of travel expenses on your taxes as long as the trip was primarily for business.
This can include the cost of meals, airfare, lodging, transportation and other related business travel expenses. Watch the video to learn more…

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