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.
The mileage expense rate for 2015 is 57.5 cents per mile when driving for business, 23 cents when moving or driving for medical reasons, and 14 cents when driving for charity, according to the Internal Revenue Service. Most taxpayers can claim the standard mileage rate ...
Motor homes with good mileage ratings include Diesel RVs, camper vans and newer RVs. Motor homes can be used for vacationing, business or pursuing hobbies.
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 mile for charitable purposes.
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 based on variable costs.
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 service of charitable organizations, the rate is 14 cent...
Driving habits, the length of the trip, the weight of the vehicle and the terrain over which the vehicle is driven are the main factors affecting fuel economy. Accessories used in the vehicle, the maintenance level of the vehicle and excessive idling can also decrease f...