Here can I declare my tool rentals/car rentals for my business jobs? I had a small installation job for my registered business ... and I had to rent a pickup & chainsaw

I had a small installation job for my registered business ... and I had to rent a pickup & chainsaw. Under what category I can declare my receipts? 

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All of your business income and expenses are entered on Form T2125 Statement of Business or Professional Activities.

The truck rental should be included in  Motor vehicle expenses (Line 9281)..

If by "installation job" you mean work that you were paid you to do, the tool rentals would be considered Supplies (Line 8811).

http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/bsnss/tpcs/slprtnr/rprtng/t2125/ln8811-eng.html

If you mean some sort of installation needed for the operation of the business, but not billed to a customer or related to home office space, the tool rentals would likely be included in Maintenance and repairs (Line 8960).

http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/bsnss/tpcs/slprtnr/rprtng/t2125/ln8960-eng.html

If the installation job was related to a home office you use for your business, it should be included in
Business-use-of-home expenses (Line 9945).

http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/bsnss/tpcs/slprtnr/rprtng/t2125/ln9945-eng.html
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