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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-26-2007, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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Links to mileage reimbursement rates ?

anyone know of anything current now that gas has gone to 3 bucks a gallon.
or what are you getting per mile for mileage for using your car for work purposes

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http://www.state.il.us/cms/2_service...UPDATE%2007-06

http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/full...um=0120&GAID=9

http://www.irs.gov/taxpros/article/0,,id=156624,00.html

Hopefully one of those has information that's suitable to your situation....

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Thanks Arch,
My eyes got blurry on the middle one but the 1st and 3rd one are pretty much what I'm looking for.


Anyone got any more ?

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So what to do if an employer pays lower than those rates?
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So what to do if an employer pays lower than those rates?
Simple.

Get a diff employer.

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I think I still get .45 per mile

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Employers don't have to pay you anything for your mileage. These rates are only related to the tax deductible rates. If the employer pays you less, you can deduct the difference. If the employer pays you more... keep your mouth shut.

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Not really what I was looking for as I don't Itemize my deductions but good to know for future reference

I"m just looking for a reference of the going rate and wondered if it changed with the recent gas price increase.



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Employers don't have to pay you anything for your mileage. These rates are only related to the tax deductible rates. If the employer pays you less, you can deduct the difference. If the employer pays you more... keep your mouth shut.

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Talk to your HR dept... each employer has a different policy on this. If enough employees inquire, maybe they'll make an adjustment.

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