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2024 IRS Business Mileage Rate of 67 Cents Informed by Motus Cost Data and Analysis 

Vehicle Ownership and Operating Cost Analyses Reveals Inflation, Fuel Prices, and Acquisition Costs Underpin New Mileage Rate  BOSTON, Mass., December 14, 2023 – The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has unveiled...

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Vehicle Recalls: How Is Your Company Affected?

Ben Reiland on January 24, 2024

The automotive market has been in an upheaval over the last few years, and one of the biggest issues has been vehicle recalls. These recalls have significantly impacted manufacturers, supplies,…

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BYOD Management Services: The Definitive Guide to BYOD Taxes 

Jennifer Warren on January 23, 2024

With the continuation of remote work, many companies have grown or put into place Mobile Workforce programs that simply didn’t exist before. Businesses and employees need policies to support remote…

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Tax Season Thoughts: Tax on Mileage Reimbursement?

Ben Reiland on January 18, 2024

Employees driving for business purposes require reimbursements for their mileage. In many states, not reimbursing employees for business mileage is a violation of labor laws. But companies can also reimburse…

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FAVR vs Mileage Reimbursement: What’s the Difference?

Ben Reiland on January 16, 2024

If you’ve never heard of fixed and variable rate (FAVR) reimbursement, or you’re not entirely sure what it is, you’re not alone. While FAVR has been around for awhile, it…

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Motus Named 2024 BIG Innovation Awards Winner

Motus on January 10, 2024

Boston, Mass., January 10, 2024— Motus, the definitive leader in reimbursement solutions for the mobile workforce, announced it was named a winner of the ‘2024 BIG Innovation Awards’, presented by…

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GM Removing Apple CarPlay and Android Auto from Vehicles Beginning with EVs

Ben Reiland on January 9, 2024

While rumored since earlier in the year, in December of 2023 GM announced it would be stepping away from Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with its electric vehicles and phase…

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Recently Announced: The 2024 IRS Standard Mileage Rate

Ben Reiland on January 4, 2024

The 2024 IRS Standard Mileage Rate is $0.67 On December 14th, 2023, the IRS announced the 2024 IRS standard mileage rate as 67 cents. The rate changed from the 2023…

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Vehicle Theft Prevention: Tips to Keeping Your Car From Being Stolen

Ben Reiland on December 21, 2023

Ever had your vehicle broken into or stolen? It’s an event we all hope to avoid, but it can happen to anyone. And, since the pandemic, vehicle theft has risen…

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Transitioning Vehicle Programs: What Does Your Company Need to Know?

Ben Reiland on December 19, 2023

Your company is ready to part ways with its current vehicle program. Maybe you’ve outgrown it, maybe you’ve held onto it for too long. Regardless, you’re ready to move on….

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