How to compensate your workforce for business activities completed using their personal vehicles? Often, employees must hit the road to get business done. In these situations, employers must be aware of how mileage reimbursement in Europe works as travel expenses are often reimbursed by the employer. In this blog, Financial Consultant Jacqueline Lansink gives an indication on the mileage reimbursement per country in Europe.
Mileage reimbursement is the process of compensating employees for using a personal vehicle, such as a car or bicycle to complete a business activity or for commuting. Some activities eligible for mileage reimbursement are driving to meet clients or completion of offsite business transactions. In Europe, every country has different laws and regulations governing mileage reimbursement. Consequently, the process can become onerous as different elements must be considered for the reimbursement.
Mileage Reimbursement per country in Europe
Given that employers often ask us for advice on this topic, we decided to share some of our experiences with you. In this article, we have put together some of the standard rates across European countries. We invite you to learn more about it by clicking the below image, or following this link.
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