When calculating the potential reimbursement amounts for your drives, MileIQ uses the standard rate in your location. In this video, learn how to change that rate, if need be.
- [Instructor] When calculating the potential … reimbursement amount for your drives, … MileIQ uses the standard rates in your location, … for example, here in the US, in 2020, … the IRS standard mileage rate is 57 and a half cents … per mile for business related activities, … if necessary, you can edit this rate, … for example if your company or client reimburses … at a different rate, … or if your drives are for other purposes, … that are reimbursed at different rates, … so from here in the web dashboard go to settings, … under drives click mileage rates, … and here you'll find the current rate … and again I can see I have 57 and a half cents per mile, … which is the standard rate for business reimbursements … here in the US this year, … notice over here on the right, … we see some other rates, … so for example I do most of my driving for charity work, … I might want to change the rates per mile to 14 cents, … so I can just type that amount in here, … and when you click save, … the new rate will be set, …
- Tracking drives
- Classifying and auto-classifying drives
- Viewing data in the MileIQ dashboard
- Generating reports from the mobile app and web dashboard