Corporate Tax Compliance Means Tax Savings
IRS plans for vehicle reimbursement are intended to recognize business travel as an expense, not taxable income for the employee and not subject to FICA taxes for the business. Seems simple enough, until you start digging deeper. What about personal use? What happens if the employee furnishes the vehicle, but the company provides a fuel card? If you’ve been involved in your company vehicle program, you know that there are many possibilities for confusion.
CarData will take the onus of navigating tax laws off your company. Based on our experience and familiarity with current tax regulations, we’ll devise an IRS-compatible program that saves money for all stakeholders.
Three Ways a FAVR Benefits Your Company
IRS compliance is just one way that CarData VRPs can help.
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