Free IRS Mileage Calculator 2023
Calculate your mileage for taxes or employee reimbursement for 2023 with this free calculator. Looking for a mileage tracker? Get the Driversnote mileage tracker app for free and automate your mileage logs today.
Calculate reimbursement with the mileage rate calculator
Use the IRS mileage rate calculator below to estimate the reimbursement you are entitled to for your business trips throughout 2023.
Keep in mind that this IRS business mileage calculator is useful for a general overview of your reimbursement and will not be enough for you to receive your remuneration. To do that, you must keep a compliant mileage log for your trips.
IRS mileage rate 2023
The IRS mileage rate 2023 is the greatest rate at which you can obtain entirely tax-deductible mileage reimbursement when driving for business. The IRS mileage rate for 2023 is 65.5 cents per mile driven for business. That includes vehicles such as cars, vans, pickups, and panel trucks.
See the standard IRS mileage rates from previous years.
How to calculate mileage reimbursement manually
If you wish to calculate mileage reimbursement manually, you can do so easily by following the instructions.
Let’s say that you drive your car for both business and private purposes and you keep a mileage log so that you can see exactly how many miles you have driven for business. Your records show that you have driven 7000 miles for business in 2023 until the end of May.
To calculate your total reimbursement, you would need to multiply the miles you have driven by the appropriate IRS mileage rate for 2023. Your calculation would look like this:
7000 x 0.655 = $4585 (business reimbursement)
To get that reimbursement, you need to make sure that you have logged everything in your mileage log and that you can provide the proof if necessary.
Make sure your mileage logs are IRS-compliant
The easiest way to make sure your mileage logs are compliant is by using a mileage tracker app such as Driversnote. The app always keeps you up-to-date on the mileage rates and if you want to upload some older trips to find your reimbursement, you can do that as well. You can add trips either manually or use automatic mileage tracking to make sure you never miss a trip.
Don’t forget that you need to log not only your business, medical, charity, and moving mileage, but personal miles as well if you use the vehicle for personal trips.
- Can I calculate my fuel costs with this mileage calculator?
No, this calculator is used to estimate your mileage reimbursement by inputting the amount of miles you drove for business purposes and multiplying it by the standard IRS mileage rate.
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