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Standard mileage rates

The standard mileage rate is the amount per mile that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) allows taxpayers to use to calculate vehicle expenses for tax deduction purposes. The program automatically calculates with the period-appropriate standard mileage rates depending on which year’s mileage log you’re working on, on the MileageWise dashboard. However, to keep our users…

Where can I change the starting point of my vehicle?

During use, the vehicle’s Default daily departure / arrival point may change, either for a short period of time or permanently. If you plan to change the Default daily departure / arrival point permanently, you can do so by changing the data of the vehicle in the Basic Data / Vehicles menu. You can read…

Overwriting calculated distances

The Overwriting calculated distances feature allows you to specify the distance the program calculates between two specific partners (instead of the distances calculated by the program). The specified distance will be valid for trips entered after setting the new distances. And in the same way: the data already entered will not be changed if you…

Partner-vehicle pairing

The Partner-vehicle pairing feature allows you to categorize vehicles by partners in the system. This feature is very useful for multiple vehicles. In the case of several vehicles, this is how the recorded points can be separated, which Headquarters / branches, Partners, or Filling stations belong to which vehicle. First, click on the field at…

Free vehicle exchange

In the case of a free vehicle exchange, the first step is to completely finish the previous vehicle’s data entry and mileage logs. Make all the necessary mileage logs, save them, print them and, if necessary, give them to your accountant for a post-check, because after the vehicle exchange takes place, you will no longer…