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Would you reimburse an employee $500 for a $300 flight?

 

Chances are, your answer is, "No way."  If that's the case, why would you do the same for your auto allowances?  While they may be easy to administer, flat allowances don't make sense.

Applying a one-size-fits-all method to vehicle reimbursement fails to consider each employee's individual business costs.  Factors like mileage variances, geographic cost differentials, and tax waste all point to why flat auto allowances are flat-out wrong.

Download our article, "Flat-Out Wrong: The Costs of Flat Car Allowances" to discover how auto allowances are becoming a dying breed and how alternative methods to allowances could benefit your company.

 

 

 

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