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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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With mobile employees facing historically high vehicle-related costs, now is the time to re-calculate your car allowance vehicle reimbursement.

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The year 2022 brought record-level vehicle expenses, which has put a lot of financial stress on employees who drive as part of their jobs. How has your organization responded? Here are four ways to...

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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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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...

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In 2017, California approved a law that increases the gas tax every year on July 1 based on the California Consumer Price Index. As gas prices continue to rise, business owners face serious...

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A growing number of states have expense indemnification labor codes. If your organization pays a car allowance or vehicle reimbursement, here’s how to ensure your compliance – even in times of high...

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Topics: Labor Codes

As the fourth quarter begins, we near the fourth year in which employees who receive a car allowance cannot write off mileage on their tax returns. This reality combined with rising gas prices,...

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If you provide a vehicle reimbursement to employees working in Illinois, gas tax increases could put your organization in a bind. The IRS business mileage rate cannot guarantee compliance with the...

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