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Employers Questioning the IRS Mileage Rate as a Reimbursement

by mBurse Team Member, on Sep 16, 2019 7:00:00 AM

For companies that pay a vehicle reimbursement to employees, the IRS mileage rate has often been viewed as the gold standard. However, the mileage rate's lack of transparency is causing employers...

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

by mBurse Team Member, on Sep 9, 2019 9:54:08 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....

The Gas Tax and CA Labor Code 2802 - What to Do about It

by mBurse Team Member, on Aug 13, 2019 2:41:20 PM

As we reported in part 1 of this blog, the state of California raised its gas tax effective July 1, leaving its motorists paying $1 more per gallon than the national average. This creates...

California Hiked the Gas Tax - Watch Out for Labor Code Violations

by mBurse Team Member, on Jul 30, 2019 9:01:45 AM

It's official – as of July 1, 2019, California drivers will be buying gas at $1 above the national average per gallon. This recent gas tax increase will create new challenges for employers under...

Why your $500 car allowance is violating CA Labor Code 2802(a)

by mBurse Team Member, on Mar 19, 2018 7:36:55 AM

If you have employees that travel for business in their personal vehicles, and you pay them a flat car allowance, you are probably violating California’s labor code. With America’s workforce...

The Ultimate California Labor Code 2802(a) Cheat Sheet

by mBurse Team Member, on Jul 17, 2017 7:22:00 AM

Why Your Auto Allowance Policy May Violate CA Labor Code 2802(a)

California Labor Code Section 2802: How to Reimburse Auto Expenses Properly

by mBurse Team Member, on Jun 14, 2017 11:20:00 AM

They say don’t mess with Texas, but when it comes to labor law, it's California you have to worry about. 

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