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The standard mileage rate for the 2014 tax year is 56 cents per mile driven for business or 23.5 cents per mile driven for moving or medical purposes, according to the Internal Revenue Service. For miles driven in servic... More »

As of January 1, 2015, the federal mileage reimbursement rates are 57.5 cents per business mile, 23.0 cents per medical- or moving-related mile, and 14.0 cents per charity-related service mile, states the Internal Revenu... More »

According to HR Hero, it is usually not a federal legal requirement for employers to reimburse employees for mileage; however, Palay Law does note that California has a state law requiring reimbursement. Many employers d... More »

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As of Jan. 1, 2015, the Internal Revenue Service allowance for mileage is 57.5 cents per mile when driving for business, or 23 cents per mile driven for moving or medical purposes, according to the IRS. When serving char... More »

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For 2015, the standard mileage-rate deduction for operating an automobile for business purposes is 57.5 cents per mile, according to the IRS. The standard mileage-rate deduction for operating an automobile for charitable... More »

The IRS allowance for mileage tax in 2014 was 56 cents per mile for business, 23.5 cents for moving or medical mileage, and 14 cents for charitable service, the IRS advises. Business rates are based on both variable and ... More »