When in bankruptcy are both mileage and reimbursements considered income?

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When in bankruptcy are both mileage and reimbursements considered income?When in bankruptcy are both mileage and reimbursements considered income?

When in bankruptcy are both mileage and reimbursements considered income?   Do I include both of these in my earnings when I report my monthly as income (earnings) or other?  Would creditors have the right to take a portion of these (mileage and reimbursements)?  I am an independent contractor who is contracted for services (when I do my income tax, I do completely as a contractor/business).  Mileage and reimbursements I believe are a cost of doing business? I believe that they should not be included in my monthly report as income?  Is this a correct statement or are both considered income?

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You should check this with your trustee but I feel, since you are a contractor, you should be reporting your income net of expenses such as gas.

I ‘m not certain what you mean by mileage and reimbursements and how that relates to the business, but again check this with your trustee.

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