Gas Mileage Up to 58.5 Cents

On January 1, 2022 the standard mileage rates increased to 58.5 cents per mile driven. Click here to learn more.

Gas Mileage Increases One Cent Per Mile in 2013

Do You Drive Your Car for Work? If you use your own car to transport children or run errands for the parents your employers should provide you with the current Internal Revenue Service (IRS) gas mileage allowance. Beginning January 1, 2013 the IRS  has issued new standard gas mileage rate of 56.5 cents per mile […]

Do You Use Your Car for Work? Gas Mileage Reimbursement – Updates From The Nanny Tax Experts Kathy Webb of posted helpful information about Reimbursement of Expenses yesterday. Click here to see the information shared on the 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 […]

Do You Drive for Work?

Do You Use Your Own Car for Work? Some parents don’t allow their nanny to drive their kids. But, the vast majority of nannies who have a current driver’s license, are willing to drive, and have a clean driving record  have an advantage in landing nanny positions over caregivers who cannot drive. Employees who drive can help parents […]

Do You Drive Your Own Car for Work?

IRS Hikes Gas Mileage Rate by 4.5 CentsNannies That Drive Their Own Cars for Work Should Be Reimbursed 55.5 Cents Per MileStarting today, July 1, the IRS announces that drivers can deduct 55.5 cents per mile for using their car for work. The new mileage rate for deducting medical and moving expenses is 23.5 cents […]