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|Re: VW Eurovan Camper, and IRS writeoff by Steven R. Jones, CPA|
|As a CPA I can give you the goods:
The gross vehicle weight (GVW)is the fully loaded maximum weight the vehicle can handle and should be marked on the vehicle.
The GVW must exceed 6,000 pounds in order to get larger depreciation deductions.
It is important to check with your specific vehicle because GVW ratings can vary depending on how the vehicle is built. For example, a Chevy Astro 2-wheel drive is rated at 5,950 lbs. (just under the limit) and the same vehicle with All-wheel drive is rated at 6,100 and hence would qualify.
Getting over the hurdle is a very good thing because it allows the taxpayer to ignore the luxury auto limits placed on vehicles under 6,000 lbs. GVW.
If you guys need a good accountant or know anyone who does, send me an e-mail.
I serve clients all over the US.
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|VW Eurovan Camper, and IRS writeoff||Reid Buell||2-12-03|
|Re: VW Eurovan Camper, and IRS writeoff||Curt||6-12-03|
|Re: VW Eurovan Camper, and IRS writeoff||matt||3-10-03|
|Re: VW Eurovan Camper, and IRS writeoff||erik||5-2-03|
|Re: VW Eurovan Camper, and IRS writeoff||Campion||3-15-03|
|Re: VW Eurovan Camper, and IRS writeoff||Steven R. Jones, CPA||5-6-03|