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What's an industry standard car allowance? Turns out, most companies ignore their employee car allowance when they could instead turn it into a business tool to attract and retain talent.

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The Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act, California's Labor Code Section 2802, and other state labor laws require full reimbursement of employee business expenses. In an inflationary economy...

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The fixed and variable rate allowance (FAVR) provides a tax-free, defensible, and cost-effective tool to offset employee vehicle expenses.

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2022 has been an expensive year for most businesses. As you head into 2023, your business may be weighing whether to pay a car allowance or mileage reimbursement to employees. Our answer may surprise...

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Whatever the circumstances of your employees – working from a vehicle, working from home, or working in the office – it is important to know their state's reimbursement laws. In states that require...

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We often get asked by company managers or employees who drive for work how much auto insurance they should carry. Different states have different required minimum coverages, but all of these fall...

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If your company pays a monthly vehicle stipend, 40% or more of that money could go to federal and state coffers. With tax withholding reducing so much of an employee's take-home from a car allowance,...

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Do you plan to run a motor vehicle record (MVR) check on all your employee drivers this year? If not, you should. You can reduce your company’s risk profile by instituting annual or bi-annual MVR...

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Many organizations pay a mileage rate to reimburse workers for the use of a personal vehicle. But how do you know it accounts for all reimbursable vehicle expenses? Some expenses like auto insurance...

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