Many restaurant owners use their automobiles for picking up supplies for the business, researching other restaurants, and making trips related to the restaurant’s operations. In Canada, individuals are able to claim a reasonable portion of their automobile expenses against their employment income from the business. Even if you don’t draw a salary, you’re still considered an employee, by being a director of the company.
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