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Paying Employees for Both Travel Time and Mileage Reimbursements?

Although millions of people have recently joined the remote workforce, many employees still travel to work daily. Some workers travel more than others, though. Many employees, such as home care providers and construction workers, must travel for work. They often commute from work site to work site throughout their shifts. Employees who travel for work purposes may be eligible to earn travel time and mileage reimbursements.

Do you have to pay your employees both travel time and mileage reimbursements?

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The New Mileage Rate for 2021

If you’re an employer in the United States, it’s likely that you pay your employees mileage reimbursement when they’re traveling for work purposes. Every year, the  IRS adjusts the mileage reimbursement rate based on examination of variable costs. Based on the latest study, the IRS has changed 2021’s mileage rate to a lower rate than last year. Taxpayers will use this rate to compute their deductible costs associated with using a vehicle.

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