The IRS standard rate for auto milage in 2014 is 56 cents per mile for
That shows that traveling from twenty five miles away for a 50-mile
round trip is worth 28 dollars against your caller income for the
evening, when filing your taxes at year end.
CDS Boston had a modest policy for its English Country Dance
performers to pay a modest additional amount, somewhere around $15 or
so for more distant travelers, those traveling from above 25 or 30
miles I believe. This was done because their payments were pretty
modest, in the vicinity of $60 to $70 an evening per performer.
~ Mark Jones
On Sat, Aug 16, 2014 at 3:56 PM, Rickey Holt via Organizers
Those of you who pay towards mileage - what do you pay? How do you budget
ahead? We are small monthly dance in southern New Hampshire and much of the
talent that calls or plays for our dances come from a pretty long ways.
Others who do not come to call or play for us might if we were to at least
pay something for travel, but we need to be careful not to go over budget.
Sounds conceptually simple, but complex in practice to figure out our
expenses ahead. Have you any experience with this?
Rickey Holt, Deerfield NH dance
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