The Internal Revenue Service's standard mileage rates are on IRS.gov under the Newsroom section, explains the agency. As of 2015, the rate for the use of a car driven for business is 57.5 cents per mile. More »

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The Internal Revenue Service posts optional standard mileage rates on its website. As of 2015, the rate is 57.5 cents per mile for business purposes, 23 cents per mile for moving or medical purposes, and 14 cents per mil... More »

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The Internal Revenue Service calculates the standard mileage rate based on a yearly study of how much it costs to operate a vehicle. If a person is using a vehicle for medical or moving purposes, the mileage rate is only... More »

The Internal Revenue Service typically updates its mileage rate in December before the start of a new tax year, although it occasionally makes midyear adjustments. The business mileage rate reflects the cost of operating... More »

Internal Revenue Service forms are available online at IRS.gov, according to the IRS. Click on the Forms & Pubs link located at the top of the home page. Next, based on the desired tax year, click on either the Current o... More »

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Find IRS office locations on the IRS.gov website by using an office locator, clicking on your state name in a table, or using an interactive map of the United States, reports the Internal Revenue Service. IRS Taxpayer As... More »

Taxpayers make direct debit payments to the Internal Revenue Service by navigating to its official site, IRS.gov, clicking on the Payments tab from the home page, and then clicking on IRS Direct Pay. The service is free ... More »

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