#1
So I have to drive 2.5 hrs to a trade show tomorrow (125 miles one way). Then drive back. Should my company be paying me gas money/tolls for this trip? Or since I am salaried, do I just have to suck it up?
#2
for my dad they would usually give him a company card to pay for all the shit, i odnt know how it is where you work though
#3
Most companies pay if you bring them the bills from the petrol station.
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#4
If I have to drive 250 miles round trip for work related stuff in my own vehicle they will compensate me for the use of my vehicle. They don't like it they can suck it up.
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#5
They should do, there's no harm in asking.
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If I have to drive 250 miles round trip for work related stuff in my own vehicle they will compensate me for the use of my vehicle. They don't like it they can suck it up.


That's how I feel - but no one has mentioned otherwise so far.
#7
At my workplace they pay me anything that is over the normal milage to work (if you are working on that day). So say I work 15 miles away from home and I have to travel 50 for a work relate thing then they would pay me 35 miles. If it is work related then your work should pay all of the expenses.

EDIT: If they will pay you keep receipts of any transaction. If you are not given one you can legally request a receipt.
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#8
Most companies will, but if yours refuses, I think that you can still claim it on your taxes as "work-related expenses" is you keep the receipts.
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#9
They should have to, yeah.
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Most companies will, but if yours refuses, I think that you can still claim it on your taxes as "work-related expenses" is you keep the receipts.


Yep in the UK they deduct some reclaimed things from your National Insurance so you just pay less tax er month for a while
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You get 40p per mile in the UK, I don't know how it works in America. Ask your boss.


The 40p isn't a set amount this can differ between companies but most pay around this amount.
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#14
The IRS has a set amount per mile that they say is the cost of operating a vehicle. Your company should reimburse you according to that rate.