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Among several allowable methods to put a value on personal use, most companies use the Annual Lease Value table, found in IRS Publication 15-B, Employer's Tax Guide to Fringe Benefits, to determine the value of personal use of leased company cars.
According to the IRS lease value table, the annual lease value of that car is $9,250.
Under this method, you may use annual lease value tables provided by the Internal Revenue Service to calculate the personal use amount.
Personal use of a company-provided vehicle may be valued in 1989 under either the annual lease value tables or the cents-per-mile method, but thereafter a consistency rule applies.
The amount is derived from the IRS'S table of annual lease values and multiplied by the personal use percentage.
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