Calculating mileage reimbursement for work-at-home employees

April 8, 2020

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Q. We normally indicate that an employee's normal work location is the home base and mileage is calculated for the day based on subtracting mileage to/from home/work (normal work location). If the new norm is now working from home, how does that impact employees coming into work once a week to get work--is that now considered mileage? Or, what about employees that need to go to a different location? Do they still subtract what used to be home/work mileage?  A. (From IOFM Senior Trainer Judy…

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