There are tax deductions you can take as a rideshare driver. The truth is, insurance and phone mounts only scratch the surface. You can also write off gas, parking fees, car payments, and more. (Check out our list of tax deductions for rideshare drivers to make sure you’re not missing any!)
To actually take all those deductions, you’ll have to keep track of your car expenses. The IRS requires you to keep records for when you file your Uber taxes. And in any case, tracking all your deductions will make sure you don’t miss any.
Not the recordkeeping type? Don’t worry — apps like Keeper can automatically scan your purchases for qualified deductions, so you don’t need to keep a spreadsheet or hoard receipts.