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Topic: Mileage Reimbursement for travel to an offsite location from an employee's home

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Stephen763
Member since 06/22/2005
Mileage Reimbursement for travel to an offsite location from an employee's home
05/06/2008 / 1:11 pm    #-24

The issue in refining our organization's travel reimbursement policy has to do with whether mileage should be calculated from an employee's home or the workplace when s/he is going directly to the off-site location from his/her home. It has been the policy for employees to calculate mileage with the company as the starting point. It sounds more rationale and fair to me to use the employee's home as the starting point, and to deduct the mileage directly to and from work given that we do not reimburse for travel to and from our work address. Input from anyone who has experienced or dealt with this issue and how it was resolved would be greatly appreciated. I can also be reached by email at shemrick@massleague.org.

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