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what do you charge per mile for mileage please?

(6 Posts)
lingle Thu 18-Jun-09 14:42:22

thanks! need some guidance!

katz Thu 18-Jun-09 14:43:37

we get at work 40p/mile if that any help.

lingle Thu 18-Jun-09 14:54:15

great thanks

southeastastra Thu 18-Jun-09 14:55:32

same here

Bramshott Thu 18-Jun-09 15:11:41

I charge 15p per mile because that's what it actually costs me in petrol (and yes, I know I'm being generous!). However, I was advised to put 40p on my tax return as the Inland Revenue "expects" that you will charge 40p so the extra money is not taxable, even if you haven't recieved it in expenses IYSWUM. 40p is their maximum rate.

Most companies I have worked for as an employee have paid somewhere between 20p and 30p.

flowerybeanbag Thu 18-Jun-09 15:15:20

I don't charge my clients mileage or travel costs. I factor all my costs of working into my hourly rate or other agreed rate for a piece of work - I'm not keen on adding on all sorts of extras tbh.

When I claim mileage as expenses on a personal basis from my company, I claim 40p a mile as per HMRC guidelines.

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