mileage allowance


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mileage allowance

A fixed rate per mile (1.62 km) paid to a government employee who is operating a privately owned vehicle when such use is authorised or approved as advantageous to the government.
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The mileage allowances currently paid under the provisions in section 17 and annex L of the NHS terms and conditions handbook are based on regular user and standard user allowances.
But the cost of petrol has risen by 32 per cent since the nurses' mileage allowances were last increased in 2000.
An alternative way is to obtain either a car allowance for you to buy the car yourself with perhaps a mileage allowance.
MPs who have a London home, a constituency home and a house elsewhere can claim the mileage allowance between the three known as the Golden Triangle.
* The Internal Revenue Service has announced that the optional mileage allowance for business travel after 1995 was raised to $0.31 per mile.
Mileage allowance ordinarily exists to facilitate movement for employees for whom business travel is fundamental to their roles.Besides companies like yours that offer a fixed monthly amount for incumbents of such roles, some provide company vehicles to such employees while others have an arrangement where employees who use their own vehicles for business travel claim reimbursement for mileage expenses.
Tenders are invited for Three-year lease with a 15,000 annual mileage allowance and a full vehicle maintenance coverage package, quoted as a monthly cost, of a new 2016 Crew Cab standard box 4WD, WT pickup truck.
Perhaps the offer could be extended to include councillors and elected officers who, with a free coach ride, could avoid having to claim mileage allowance and make the need to provide any refreshments, before or after the service, unnecessary; thus reducing any costs.
Les has been told he must leave his crossing at Darras Hall First School, Ponteland, to save on car mileage allowance.
"We give our athletes the new kit if they compete in the league and some mileage allowance, so to win the league in those circumstances says a lot about the club.
Where business mileage has been undertaken in your own car, and your employer has paid either no mileage allowance or an amount below the tax-free rates, a claim for tax relief may be made.
Unite is defending members who receive a regular mileage allowance but whose employers are imposing lease car arrangements on them, and has issued an e-bulletin with advice on how best to act in these circumstances.