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Question by  Skp (38)

What is the legal IRS mileage allowance?


Answer by  Chaneygirl (1755)

For 2010, the optional IRA mileage rate is 50 cents/mile. It is optional, you can be reimbursed at any rate, employers are not required to reimburse at that rate. If you do volunteer work, the mileage rate there is 14 cents per mile and for medical services, 16.5 cents.


Answer by  Att4372 (1704)

For 2010, the IRS allows 50 cents per mile for business travel. This is a decrease from 2009, which was 55 cents per mile. Other rates remained the same for 2009 and 2010. You can take 13 cents per mile for charitable deductions. Medical mileage and moving expenses - 21 cents per mile.


Answer by  ElectronicGuy (221)

This is a fairly loaded question, Laws and statues vary on a place by place basis. You'll need to contact your local state legislator or municipal court to verify the allowances in place per county. In addition, laws change year by year, so make sure you keep up to date.


Answer by  joantheresa (1421)

Legal IRS mileage allowance for business is 55 cents per mile, for medical or moving expense, 24 cents per mile, and for charitable mileage, 14 cents per mile.


Answer by  MarkWatrous (729)

There are six different mileage allowances for the 2009 tax year. If you are moving, you can deduct 24¢/mile. If you work full-time and go to school during your free time, you can deduct 55¢/mile.If you are working two jobs, the mileage between job A and job B is also deductible at 55¢/mile. Please refer to IRS publication 463.

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