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help with mileage allowance from work please

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Hi all I started a new job this week and they only pay 30p a mile. In my old position i had gone over the first 10k and was on 25p. (in that position i had tupe'd over from another company and …
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2y, 2m agoPosted 2 years, 2 months ago
Hi all

I started a new job this week and they only pay 30p a mile.

In my old position i had gone over the first 10k and was on 25p. (in that position i had tupe'd over from another company and my manager told me she didn't put in those miles i had done with the first company)

As i'm now with a new company, can i claim back the 15p per mile?

Thank you in advance
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2y, 2m agoPosted 2 years, 2 months ago
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eh?
#2
cdm22
eh?

lol... in this tax year id gone over 10k mileage so dropped from 45p to 25p. I have just started with a new company and they pay 30p a mile. Can i claim it to 45p or will my mileage from the old company be considered?
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bodacious
cdm22
eh?

lol... in this tax year id gone over 10k mileage so dropped from 45p to 25p. I have just started with a new company and they pay 30p a mile. Can i claim it to 45p or will my mileage from the old company be considered?
Total mileage covered on the tax year will be considered. 8)
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dereklogan7
bodacious
cdm22
eh?

lol... in this tax year id gone over 10k mileage so dropped from 45p to 25p. I have just started with a new company and they pay 30p a mile. Can i claim it to 45p or will my mileage from the old company be considered?
Total mileage covered on the tax year will be considered. 8)

ohh man :( so if i say something they might get me to pay back the 5p :/
#5
bodacious
dereklogan7
bodacious
cdm22
eh?

lol... in this tax year id gone over 10k mileage so dropped from 45p to 25p. I have just started with a new company and they pay 30p a mile. Can i claim it to 45p or will my mileage from the old company be considered?
Total mileage covered on the tax year will be considered. 8)

ohh man :( so if i say something they might get me to pay back the 5p :/

Might be better for you to contact HMRC and have this adjusted. All depends on how any miles wil you do with current company. If your under the 10k then you can claim the difference from HMRC.
Your company does not have to pay the going rate
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FreeDeal
bodacious
dereklogan7
bodacious
cdm22
eh?

lol... in this tax year id gone over 10k mileage so dropped from 45p to 25p. I have just started with a new company and they pay 30p a mile. Can i claim it to 45p or will my mileage from the old company be considered?
Total mileage covered on the tax year will be considered. 8)

ohh man :( so if i say something they might get me to pay back the 5p :/

Might be better for you to contact HMRC and have this adjusted. All depends on how any miles wil you do with current company. If your under the 10k then you can claim the difference from HMRC.
Your company does not have to pay the going rate

i'll be under 10k between now and april if thats what you mean. I know they don't have to pay 45p but i know you can claim it back
#7
bodacious
FreeDeal
bodacious
dereklogan7
bodacious
cdm22
eh?

lol... in this tax year id gone over 10k mileage so dropped from 45p to 25p. I have just started with a new company and they pay 30p a mile. Can i claim it to 45p or will my mileage from the old company be considered?
Total mileage covered on the tax year will be considered. 8)

ohh man :( so if i say something they might get me to pay back the 5p :/

Might be better for you to contact HMRC and have this adjusted. All depends on how any miles wil you do with current company. If your under the 10k then you can claim the difference from HMRC.
Your company does not have to pay the going rate

i'll be under 10k between now and april if thats what you mean. I know they don't have to pay 45p but i know you can claim it back

No, sorry I mean next tax year
#8
You claim back the tax relief on the difference, not the difference.

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