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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By JOHN NGIRACHU The Public Accounts Committee has defended Parliament's decision to pay MPs' mileage allowances without clear guidelines and cleared it of queries raised by the Auditor-General on more than Sh500 million spent over two years.
Businesses need reminding to recover VAT on mileage allowances in order to reimburse them for business travel expenses.
In one incident, a social worker sent her a fax addressed to "Vermin" following a row over his mileage allowance.
With a mileage allowance to boot, this is a sure win for the MPs predicated on a High Court ruling which suspended the SRC gazette notice in a case filed by PSC.
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.
On the Motability scheme, there is a 60,000 mileage allowance over three years.
Around 25% of those affected have already accepted the offer on the table, namely a PS150 one off payment and increase in mileage allowance from 45p per mile to 52.
The current mileage allowance provisions in Section 17 of the NHS terms and conditions handbook were incorporated into the Agenda for Change arrangements from the general Whitley Council in October 2004.
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.
Four out of 10 said they would neither be better or worse off The issues highlighted as positives included the reduction in Corporation Tax, the increase in the Approved Mileage Allowance and the freeze on new domestic regulations.
They also called for an end to the system of giving councillors a mileage allowance for using bicycles rather than cars.