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Mileage log download: Excel formats available

Would you like to save your mileage log as an Excel file? From now on, you’re able to do it in MileageWise! In addition to the PDF format, you can now also save your completed mileage log in XLSX and CSV extensions for Excel or Google Sheets. When reviewing your print-ready document, you will find…

Google helps with your mileage log

Nobody likes getting letters from the IRS, period. If you do receive one, however, you’d better act as quickly as possible in order to avoid an IRS fine, which is sometimes an enormous amount. Mileage logging is no exception: if you had claimed a business mileage tax deduction that the IRS rejected, you have to…

Free MileageWise Live Demo for $12,000 annual tax savings

Would you like a mileage log expert to guide you through the software of MileageWise? If so, the free MileageWise Live Demo is just for you! MileageWise Live Demo is a free video call during which we'll show you step-by-step how MileageWise works - this knowledge is worth an average of $12,000 in annual tax…

How To Keep an IRS-Approved Mileage Log

August 2, 2022 Driving is an essential part of everyday work for millions of Americans. If you’re one of them, you might be eligible for a cost deduction on your federal income tax return. Gig workers, real estate agents, self-employed people, and small business owners are all able to deduct the miles they accrue while…

Can I Switch From Actual Expenses to Standard Mileage?

June 13, 2022 Using a car for business generates a significant amount of expenses for those who drive their vehicle to create revenue, leaving many wondering how to deduct mileage on taxes. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) offers 2 ways to calculate how much you can deduct from those expenditures each tax year - these…