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the definition is how much you spend per mile in cents.

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Business use was 55 cents per mile. Medical and qualified moving expense was 24 cents per mile. Charitable was 14 cents per mile.

- Airplane .......... $1.07 per mile - Automobile Rates: 44.5 cents per mile (if no Government Owned Vehicle available) 28.5 cents per mile (if Government Owned Vehicle available) 12.5 cents per mile (if committed to use Government Owned Vehicle) - Motorcycle POV Rate ..... 30.5 cents per mile You can find this information at www.gsa.gov

The IRS allows: .51 cents per mile for business. .19 cents per mile for medical or moving expenses. .14 cents per mile for charitable expenses. Want to know what a particular make & model will cost per mile then click the link.

22Â¢/km = 35.4Â¢/mile (rounded)

500 miles at 39 cents per mile = 500*39 cents = 195 dollars

about 3.7 cents per mile

45 miles x 55.5 cents / mile = 2497.5 cents

Miles driven times 40 miles driven x 57.5 cents per mile

* 55 cents per mile for business miles driven * 24 cents per mile driven for medical or moving purposes * 14 cents per mile driven in service of charitable organizations

51 cents per mile It is now 50 cents per mile for 2010 income taxes

If you keep track of the total amount spent in cents, then divide that number by 0.505 cents/mile.

8325 cents.

It all depends on what you want to give. The company I work for pays 34 cents per mile. A quick Google search reveals numbers between 30 to 39 cents per mile. I don't know where you live, but where I work in Florida they pay .55/mile.

2220 cents or 22.20 dollars

28,000 cents = 280 dollars

about 35 cents

The IRS mileage rate is 55.5 cents per business mile.

Miles = Total Cost (in cents)/55.5

45 cents per mile

7.5 cents per mile

From July 1 to December 31 2008, you can get .27 cents per mile. For Jan 1st to June 30th 2008, you can 19 cents per mile. -Danny

4 cents a mile

The IRS mileage is calculated based on the amount of eligible miles reported. Miles can be reported for business, medical and charity. Eligible miles are taken and multiplied by the appropriate rate of 56 cents per mile for business, 23.5 cents per mile for medical and 14 cents per mile for charity, in 2014.

55 cents per mile

Divide operatings costs by miles travelled.