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Should You Tax Your Fuel Card?

by mBurse Team Member, on Jan 24, 2022 7:00:00 AM

Many organizations pay a car allowance only to realize that after taxes the car allowance doesn’t cover employees’ costs. So they add paying for employees’ fuel. But paying for fuel is not as easy...

Is a Car Mileage Allowance Taxable?

by mBurse Team Member, on Jan 17, 2022 7:00:00 AM

Paying a car allowance with mileage substantiation? The time is now to re-evaluate your policy in light of current federal tax policy and economic pressures facing employees who drive personal...

Is a Car Allowance or Mileage Reimbursement Taxable Income?

by mBurse Team Member, on Jan 15, 2022 12:00:00 PM

Both employers and employees often ask us whether their car allowance or mileage reimbursement should be taxed. Here’s a typical question and how we answer it:

2022 Car Allowance Policy: Calculate the Right Amount

by mBurse Team Member, on Jan 10, 2022 7:00:00 AM

In 2022 take advantage of opportunities to offer a competitive car allowance and provide certainty for valued employees. After two years of disruptions, predictability of business reimbursements...

Is a Car Allowance Taxable Income?

by mBurse Team Member, on Jan 8, 2022 7:48:00 AM

Is your car allowance taxable? It depends on whether it's an IRS-accountable plan or a non-accountable plan.

How the IRS Mileage Rate Violates CA Labor Code 2802(a)

by mBurse Team Member, on Jan 3, 2022 7:00:00 AM

It is often standard practice to reimburse vehicle expenses using the IRS business mileage rate. In the past, the IRS rate was often sufficient to comply even with California's strict labor laws....

How to Administer a Company Car Allowance Policy

by mBurse Team Member, on Dec 28, 2021 6:57:11 AM

In 2022, it pays to outsource the administration of your company car allowance policy. Here are the top ten reasons why.

The 2022 IRS Mileage Rate and Your Business

by mBurse Team Member, on Dec 20, 2021 7:00:00 AM

The IRS has increased the standard business mileage rate for 2022 by 2.5 cents per mile. Due to the inherent limitations of reimbursing with this mileage rate, businesses that use the IRS mileage...

Why the IRS Mileage Rate Overpays Some Workers and Underpays Others

by mBurse Team Member, on Dec 13, 2021 7:00:00 AM

You don’t have to overpay to reimburse your employees – unless, that is, you’re paying the IRS standard mileage rate. With ease comes a price, but there are alternatives.

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