Do You Use Your Car for Work? Gas Mileage Reimbursement

4nannytaxes.com – Updates From The Nanny Tax Experts

Kathy Webb of 4nannytaxes.com posted helpful information about Reimbursement of Expenses yesterday. Click here to see the information shared on the 4nannytaxes.com blog.
 
I urge nannies to look to check out the gas mileage reimbursement form available for download from the Microsoft web site that Ms. Webb recommends. Click here to see the mileage log/ reimbursement form from Microsoft.

If you use your car for work purposes (driving kids or errands for your employers) you should be reimbursed the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) gas mileage allowance. Currently, that amount is 55.5 cents per mile. The gas mileage covers all costs of using your own car including: cost of gas, car insurance, and maintenance.

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  1. I do not drive my car for work.

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