What Should I Charge My Employer for Mileage?

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The amount of mileages an employee can charge the employer is standardized for all corporations and varies depending on the mode of transport. The employee can claim about 40ppm for 10, 000 miles used on a car or van and an additional 25ppm for every extra mile for the next 10, 000 miles. For motorcycles, it is 24ppm whilst bicycle, 20ppm.
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