The standard mileage rate for 2017 was recently announced by the IRS, advising taxpayers of the optional cents per mile reimbursement rate for the year. It’s important for businesses with ...

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Reimbursement for mobile employees can be tricky and ambiguous for companies across the country. While an employee desires being reimbursed for his or her actual expenses, an employer just as ...

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The holiday season brings a number of unique driving risks. During this time of year, there can be difficult weather conditions, limited daylight, and drivers in unfamiliar areas. Below are just ...

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The optional IRS standard mileage rate (or Safe Harbor Rate) is used for employees, self-employed individuals, or other taxpayers to compute the deductible costs of operating an automobile for ...

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There are many reasons why the IRS may audit your organization, however, one area often overlooked is your vehicle program. Whether you administer a fleet or reimbursement program, the way in ...

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“Cloud computing.” “Mainframes.” These terms are often used without much context or explanation. To a technologist, these terms are really shorthand for two very different ...

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Giving your workers access to company-owned vehicles, also known as “fleets,” can greatly benefit both employers and employees. If those fleets are not administered correctly, though, the ...

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Here at Motus, we spent a good chunk of late-2015-to-early-2016 migrating our production and staging services platform from colocated datacenters to Amazon Web Services' (AWS) cloud. This effort ...

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On September 11, 2001, we all saw the world change before our eyes. The tragic events of that day propelled many Americans to serve our country through a difficult time. In the spring of 2002, I ...

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