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IRS Mileage Log Requirements: The Definitive Guide

February 1, 2023 If you use your personal vehicle for business purposes, the IRS allows you to deduct a part of the expenses incurred as a tax write-off. To claim these deductions, it is essential to keep a record of all business-related miles driven in your vehicle. This record is commonly known as a mileage…

Simple Mileage Log: What You Need to Know Before Tracking Your Miles

Small business owners, gig workers who drive for work, employees whose jobs necessitate a car, real estate agents - what features do they share? Well, one thing they have in common is that they all must provide the Internal Revenue Service (or their employers) with IRS-proof mileage logs. But what are the best & the…

Save your 20% OFF coupon for a later IRS mileage audit

Ever felt nervous about a possible IRS mileage audit? You'll never have to worry about it again: MileageWise has got your back! This post serves as a 20% OFF coupon for our Concierge Service, during which we'll rebuild your deficient mileage log in case of an IRS audit - helping you avoid an enormous IRS…

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…