Did you know that if you are a Doordash delivery driver – a dasher – then you are able to deduct your driving costs from your taxes? It’s true! This valuable tax deduct often makes a huge difference in your tax deductions and will give you the largest tax refund possible.
Doordash recommends using Everlance for tracking your driving habits. This is great for those who want all of there activity tracked and can remember to leave their Everlance app always ON and TRACKING. However, many people forget to turn Everlance on to track Doordash dasher deliveries and therefore lose valuable mileage and tax savings.
If you are looking for an easier way to create mileage logs that are in IRS-approved format and withstand IRS audits, you’ve come to the right place! ExpressMileage is a mileage log generator that makes mileage logs for an entire year in a matter of minutes. It is the most advance mileage log software for creating mileage logs. We’ve helped thousands of Uber, Lyft
To make a Doordash mileage log, visit ExpressMileage.com and Sign Up for free. The Mileage Log maker system will begin by asking you a few questions about your log. You will be asked for the starting date of the Doordash mileage log and the end date of the mileage log. If you were a dasher for the entire year and are making a doordash mileage log for the whole year, enter January 1 as the starting date and December 31 as the ending mileage log date.
Delivering food for a living is a great way to make some extra cash. You can keep more of that cash in your pocket by taking the largest tax deduction available to you – the Standard Deduction for mileage reimbursement. If you do your taxes with Intuit’s TurboTax, check out this article on Filing Taxes for On-Demand Food Delivery Drivers.