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GSA increases feds' mileage reimbursement
Tuesday - 4/17/2012, 9:13am EDT
The General Services Administration increased the reimbursement to 55.5 cents per mile, up from 51 cents per mile. GSA reminds feds that rates for GSA and IRS employees may be different.
GSA also increased the reimbursement for government-owned automobiles to 23 cents per mile, and motorcycles to 52.5 cents per mile.
The Internal Revenue Service rate for the standard mileage deduction for business is also 55.5 cents per mile.