According to HMRC guidelines, drivers can claim up to 40p per mile for business mileage. This mileage can be claimed directly from the driver’s employer, or against the driver’s end of year tax return. To claim, it is necessary to keep a clear record of all business miles.
Ken Whipday, freelance contractor and founder of Tripcatcher, comments,
“If you don’t track your mileage expenses so that you can claim them back, it’s a lot of money lost. Logging your miles can be time consuming, so I created Tripcatcher to make the whole process quicker and simpler.”
Tripcatcher.co.uk uses HMRC mileage rates to calculate tax claims, and keeps to government guidelines, logging the date, distance and reason for every trip.
For more information, visit www.tripcatcher.co.uk.
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