Should Employers Reimburse Contractors for Mileage?

Posted by Company Mileage | February 7, 2017

Using the IRS standard mileage rates is the simplest approach to mileage reimbursement for employees. For contractors, on the other hand, mileage reimbursement—and reimbursement as a whole—can be a little… Read More

When does an Employee’s Time on the Road Become Compensable?

Posted by Company Mileage | January 20, 2017

In travel expense management, the focus is generally and correctly on distance. How far employees drive vehicles is key to determining the reimbursable expense. But what about time? When would… Read More

A California court ruling in a dispute over beauty products has the potential to impact mileage reimbursement rules for employers. It merits a response that includes a review of current… Read More

When Is Mileage Reimbursement for Employees Considered Taxable Wages?

Posted by Company Mileage | November 1, 2016

Mileage reimbursement for employees is good for everyone. They get money back and avoid having to pay taxes on it while the employer gets to deduct the expense from its… Read More

What Happens When Navigation Apps Cause Car Crashes? Employers Pay.

Posted by Company Mileage | September 9, 2016

Does your organization have a cell phone policy? It needs one, especially with respect to mobile phone use while driving. The dangers of distracted driving are real, as are the… Read More