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Posted Wed, 25 May 2022 19:32:29 GMT by David Dodds
I have a team of visiting officers. Although the employer designates specific fixed work base, no one attends that specific work base on a regular basis. It is written into the contracts in order to have a fixed location by which to calculate deductions in commutable mileage based on home address vs places visited in the geographic area. Work is done on an "Agile" basis with flexibility to either carry out work at home (eg paperwork/report writing), by visiting businesses/private homes within a geographic area or occasional visits to a number of sites across the geographic area to use facilities such as printers and meeting rooms/collect supplies. What is the most appropriate rule for mileage claims in this scenario.?
Posted Thu, 26 May 2022 11:27:56 GMT by HMRC Admin 10
Please see guidance here regarding specific areas which are regarded as permanent workplaces.
Travel expenses
Mileage cannot be claimed for home to work where work is classed as a permanent base. 

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