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By Denise Oemig, Director of Relocation Services |

Every year, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in the United States and Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) in Canada issue mileage rates for business travel and moving expenses.  In 2017, the IRS decreased both rates for Americans, while the rate in Canada stayed the same:

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By Kayla File, |

We’re in the midst of the holiday season which means most are knee deep in gift baskets, cookies, shopping receipts, or (for us lucky folks in WI)—snow.  It’s also that time of year when businesses often do a little good old fashioned reflecting on milestones from the past year.  

By Cris Robinson, |

Every year while Americans are out and about braving the hustle and bustle of the holiday shopping season, checking every item off their gift list, the IRS is delivering a gift of its own: the IRS standard mileage rate. Today, the IRS announced the yearly adjustment to the IRS standard mileage rate also known as the safe harbor rate (In this post, we will refer to it as the IRS mileage rate).

By Ken Robinson, Market Analyst |

"It sounds great, but it won't work for OUR industry." We get this a lot.The truth is, over the last 80+ years, we've worked with organizations in a diverse number of industries.

By Meghan Peterson, Business Consultant |

Every year around the middle of December, the IRS releases the standard mileage rate for the following year. This is known as the "safe harbor rate". This rate, which is developed using Runzheimer data, is meant to be a number that individuals can use to write off the business expense of a personal vehicle on their taxes. However, since its inception, it has been used in a number of ways including being used as a standard to reimburse employees for using their own vehicles for work.