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2018 standard mileage rate

IRS 2018 Standard Mileage Rate (54.5 cents/mile)

IRS LogoEvery year the IRS updates the Standard Mileage Rate Deduction and no matter what type of driving you do, if you drive for business purposes, moving or charitable causes – the IRS 2018 Standard Mileage Rate is there to help you easily deduct your mileage.

For those of you wondering why you’d use the standard mileage deduction rate instead of itemizing expenses for actual costs, you do have a choice. You can use one or the other, but you can’t use both.

The IRS has attempted to simplify the deduction process for everyone with the standard mileage deduction, however you’re not required to use it – you do have another option.

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IRS Tax Refund

IRS Tax Refund: My Refund Status & How To Use Everlance.

Every year like clockwork Federal taxes are due. In 2018 it will be no different. The taxes for the previous year (2017) will be due on April 15th, 2018 and millions of Americans will be left wondering one thing.

“Where is my tax refund?”

This post isn’t just about figuring out where your tax refund is, or how much of a refund you’ll get – it’s about the bigger picture. We want you to understand how tax refunds work and how to maximize your tax refund using Everlance to track your business mileage and expenses.

Where’s My Tax Refund?

The IRS runs this site to check the status of your tax refund using what they call a “Refund Trace”, which is just a really cool name for “pulling up your tax refund status by your SSN”. We personally feel that Refund Trace sounds much more glamorous.
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IRS Phone Number

IRS Phone Numbers: Contact The IRS

We’re coming up on tax season and Everlance wants everyone to be prepared. We’ve created a list of IRS phone numbers that can help you, whether you’re an individual, employee, self-employed or a business – this list should have you covered.

IRS Phone Numbers

The IRS has been steering people towards self-service online for a few years now, however, they do maintain dedicated hotline numbers for most of the issues you will face.

The IRS warns people of heavy wait times during the tax season (Jan 1st – April 15th) and cautions all callers to be adequately prepared for each phone call with the right authorization and information.

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