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Zena, I would suggest that you contact an accountant. However, from what I know, you'll have to record the mileage that you use for business. Take that as a percentage of your total mileage, then take that percentage to find the amount of interest you can deduct.

For example, if you used your car for business 50% of the time and paid $1000 in interest, then you can claim $500 as a business expense.
 
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