So I might be writing off my holiday shopping this year. Now my logic is to use the actual costs method, under which gasoline is a legitimate business expense. I'm gonna buy gas gift cards for everyone in my family for X-mas. I know that's pretty slimy, and they might realize that I bought them for the write-off purposes. But if were buying gas gift cards for myself that's legit. Except I'll be giving them away, as if they're unused but still will be purchased for business purposes. Do you think they'd be a justifiable business expense in normal conditions?