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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 »

If the employer reimburses mileage under an accountable plan, the reimbursement is not taxable. An accountable plan requires the mileage to have a business connection and be reported to the employer in a reasonable perio... 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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