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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....

2019 Mileage Reimbursement: How to Set the Proper Rate

by mBurse Team Member, on May 13, 2019 9:34:15 AM

The 2018 tax reform has made it crucial to pay the proper mileage reimbursement to employees. Employees can no longer deduct unreimbursed business expenses until 2025. They will expect employers...

Why the IRS mileage rate over-reimburses employees

by mBurse Team Member, on Mar 26, 2019 11:00:10 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.

Mileage Reimbursements as Compensation

by mBurse Team Member, on Jan 24, 2019 11:38:37 AM

Why Your Employees View Mileage Reimbursement as Compensation—and Why That’s a Problem 

2019 IRS Mileage Rate Has INCREASED to 58 Cents-Per-Mile

by mBurse Team Member, on Dec 14, 2018 5:18:00 AM

The IRS just issued the new mileage rates for 2019. The 2019 mileage rate has increased from 54.5 cents per mile to the new rate of 58 cents-per-mile. 

Why the IRS Mileage Rate is Terrible for Businesses

by mBurse Team Member, on Mar 12, 2018 3:27:12 PM

If your company uses the IRS business mileage rate to reimburse employees, you are using the wrong tool for the task. This leaves your company exposed to uncontrollable costs and unnecessary...

FAVR vs the IRS Mileage Rate - What's Best for Your Business?

by mBurse Team Member, on Feb 20, 2018 5:42:00 AM

From time to time, we like to feature a question we have received. This week, the question revolves around the difference between the Fixed and Variable Rate (FAVR) reimbursement and the company...

The IRS Mileage Rate Is for Tax Deductions, Not Reimbursements

by mBurse Team Member, on Jul 10, 2017 7:17:00 AM

The IRS mileage rate is a tax tool, not a business reimbursement plan. It creates inequities between employee reimbursements and undermines a company's ability to control costs.   

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