Businesses need to plan to cope with gasoline prices that may stay high

Durkin, Karen
July 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);7/21/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 29, pP25
The author discusses how businesses can manage and survive with the high gasoline prices. She notes tax considerations that business owners can use to reimburse employees for mileage and prepare for business deductions. She cites that companies should consider combining trips for errands and deliveries or increase telephone contact with clients when possible to reduce on cost of travel. The author suggests that employees save on their commuting expenses by starting a car pool or looking at a nearby bus route to work.


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