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It is entirely up to each employer's discretion to determine its own reimbursement policy for mileage. It is entirely up to each employer's discretion to determine its own reimbursement policy for mileage. (Christina Pazzanese for the Boston Globe)
By Roni F. Noland
August 10, 2008

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Q: I am sometimes required for my job to use my personal vehicle to drive inventory from my location to another location, approximately 12 miles round trip. My company will not pay gas mileage for this trip, saying that they will pay only if it is over 30 miles. Now I do this trip an average of twice a week. ... (Full article: 1675 words)

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