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The state of California has the strictest labor laws in the country when it comes to auto allowances and vehicle reimbursements. Whether your company pays a monthly allowance or the IRS mileage rate,...

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When many of your workers are out on the road making sales calls, meeting with clients, or delivering merchandise, managing their productivity is important. But no one wants to be micromanaged or...

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If an employee causes a car accident while on the job, the company will likely face some liability. Vehicle accidents are one of the leading causes of work-related injuries and fatalities. Let's...

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Topics: Risk HR

Employees who drive a personal vehicle for work often receive a vehicle allowance to offset costs. Most people receive the allowance as a monthly lump sum. But does that monthly payment cover all...

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Your employer may provide you with a car allowance or a mileage reimbursement to pay for the business use of your personal vehicle. If your job requires you to use a vehicle to carry out...

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Topics: Car Allowance

Your organization can craft a vehicle reimbursement plan that retains valued employees. The key is a data-driven approach that builds a culture of transparency and trust.

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A standardized mileage rate, such as the IRS rate, and employee-reported mileage both can make it hard to control costs while supporting employees sufficiently – here are three best practices to fix...

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If you drive a personal vehicle for work, your employer may pay a mileage rate to offset the costs you incur. Once you know the mileage rate, it's easy to calculate the reimbursement. But is that...

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When it comes to providing a car allowance or reimbursement to employees, it is important to craft a financially sustainable plan. Here are five ways to achieve accurate reimbursements without cost...

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