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Does Mileage Cover Fuel Costs.

Kilometric mileage is a popular form of employee billing for business travel, involving reimbursement for mileage driven in a private car. However, many companies wonder whether mileage actually covers all costs associated with business travel, including fuel.

It is worth noting that the mileage rate includes not only the cost of fuel, but also other expenses related to the use of the car, such as insurance, depreciation, maintenance or repairs. Therefore, with a proper mileage rate, the employee should be reimbursed for all expenses related to the business trip.

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However, it should be remembered that the mileage rate in the mileage allowance should be set fairly and in accordance with the actual cost of using the car. Otherwise, the employee may suffer financial losses, as the reimbursements received may not be sufficient.

Therefore, before deciding to use mileage as a form of accounting for business travel, it is advisable to carefully analyze all costs associated with the use of a car and determine the appropriate rate per kilometer that will cover all the employee's expenses.

In this way, the company and the employee will be assured that the mileage allowance actually covers all business travel costs, and both the employer and the employee will be satisfied with this solution.

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