Standard Mileage Rate
Although taxpayers have the choice of deducting either actual expenses or taking the standard mileage rate, the latter is usually chosen because it is not only simpler, but often provides a greater deduction.
The standard mileage rates are based upon information compiled annually by Runzheimer International, an independent contractor to the IRS.
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