Business Mileage

For those of us who work on the road, accuracy and transparency into business mileage are of paramount importance. That’s why we have articles to help cut through the confusion surrounding IRS rules and business mileage.

  • How can you leverage the 2019 medical mileage rate? As tax day draws near, it’s a great time to look at some of the lesser known taxpayer options regulated by the IRS. Riveting? Well, we all have our opinions, but the IRS isn’t going away any time soon. And, however much you might not enjoy…

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  • The 2020 IRS Standard Mileage Rate is $0.575 On December 31, the IRS announced the 2020 IRS standard mileage rate as 57.5 cents. The rate changes from the 2019 rate of 58 cents by a half cent. This is the first time the rate hasn’t increased in the past three years. But what is the…

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  • Motus Reveals Trends Underpinning the New Rate and Guidance on its Usage BOSTON, Mass., December 31, 2019 – The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced the 2020 business mileage standard rate of 57.5 cents, calculated with data provided by Motus. As the definitive leader in reimbursement solutions for businesses with mobile-enabled workforces, Motus has deep insights…

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  • Are Mileage Deductions an Option on Tax Day 2020? It happens every year, like daylight savings time. Only, instead of going around the place trying to remember how to change all the clocks, you’re reporting your income and asset information to the IRS. A lot happens in the span of a year. You might forget…

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  • How can an effective mileage log template help employees and companies alike? Employees that drive for work have a lot on their plates. There’s the schedule they’re keeping, their destination and their duties there, and the road they’re driving on. Oh, and tracking their business mileage. This last piece may not seem all that big,…

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  • How California Assembly Bill 5 Could Impact Your Business In mid-September, California’s governor signed Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) into law. Effective January 1, 2020, AB5 changes the criteria that define independent contractors. Employers that are not aligned with the new law could be at risk of misclassification claims by their employees. What’s more, New York…

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  • Key Insights for Companies with Fleets in 2019 Each year, Motus publishes the Mobile Workforce Benchmark Report. It’s our most extensive report, with everything you need to know about the state of vehicle programs today. Looking for key statistics for company car programs, or to compare your own fleet with those of your peers? You’re…

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  • Switching to an allowance from company car program? Your company has a fleet. You’re getting sick of personal use piling up and cars not being treated well. Maybe you have some doubts about accounting for those vehicle expenses yourself. Or have a suspicion that company cars for your sales reps aren’t the lowest cost option. When looking for fleet…

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  • How You Can Prepare for the 2020 IRS Mileage Rate In the next few months, the IRS will announce the mileage rate for 2020. That means changes for many companies’ vehicle programs. But what should be changed? And what is this IRS mileage rate? We’ll explain everything you need to know about the IRS mileage…

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  • How Urgent Care Growth Impacts Urgent Care Reimbursement Trends There’s no denying urgent care clinics are a growing sector of the healthcare industry. More and more patients want the option of walk-in appointments, without the long waits associated with visits to larger hospital. There’s a lot of opportunity for people with the resources and connections…

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