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Beginning on Jan. 1, 2010, the standard mileage rates for the use of a car (also vans, pickups or panel trucks) will be:50 cents per mile for business miles driven16.5 cents p…er mile driven for medical or moving purposes14 cents per mile driven in service of charitable organizations Directly from IRS.Gov website.
Is my employer by law to pay me for mileage if he requires me to go to another site he owns to pick up company supplies in my personal vehicle? Also would he be liable i…f I get into an accident while doing pick ups and deliveries for him because he refuses to have the supplies delivered to our store.
I currently charge 40p per mile. However, I expect to edge this up very soon due to the high price of vehicle fuel. Andrew Hughes - Survivor Services
The business mileage rate in Alberta is 53 cents a mile. The business mileage rate in the US is 56 cents a mile.
I'm pretty sure they are not legally obligated to. I'm not a lawyer however. I'm pretty sure they are not legally obligated to. I'm not a lawyer however. Are you freakin s…erious? if u own a businees and expect your employees to drive around as part of the job OUT OF THEIR OWN pockets, then you will be answering to the law. why you think we should spend our own hard earn paychecks to drive around for the company is blowing my mind. smh LABOR CODE section 2802
4,000,000,000 miles he had his car for 600 years
If the business has no competition and becomes a monopoly.
because they get you from one place to another stupid
the automobile is used for transportation
The automobile was used to get to other place faster.
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Many companies provide cars for their employees to conduct business. For example, a company that makes ongoing deliveries to other sites must provide vehicles for such a purpo…se. Another example is a large corporation which may need to send professionals to meet with, pick up, or drop off clients. Yet another example would be a company that must send its employees to a site for installation, repair, or removal of electronic equipment.