mileage reimbursement for home health visits

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    Hi, am an RN and I live in Florida..I was wondering what the going rate for mileage (cents/mile) reimbursement was for Home Health Visits?
    Thanks in advance
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    I was just wandering today how homehealth nurses are able to work with gas being so high right now. I was in home health last year and mileage reimburstment was .34 cets a mile. Surely it is much more now with gas inflation. I'm just north of you in Cape Coral, and was thinking of going back into hh until gas went through the roof. Please, some of u hh nurses let us know how you are making any money when you have to pour it all back into your gas tank.
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    check the IRS website. I believe it is 41.5 cents. In my previous career, we got payed mileage. well I had found out that that the IRS had raised the going rate but we didn't get the increase. I called someone at the IRS and was told that they must pay us the going rate or nothing at all. If they payed us nothing then we could claim it on our taxes but that we couldn't claim a partial rate. I was also told if they got ***** about changing the rate to call back and they would contact them and force them to pay us retro back to when it changed.
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    Quote from KrisRNwannabe
    check the IRS website. I believe it is 41.5 cents. In my previous career, we got payed mileage. well I had found out that that the IRS had raised the going rate but we didn't get the increase. I called someone at the IRS and was told that they must pay us the going rate or nothing at all. If they payed us nothing then we could claim it on our taxes but that we couldn't claim a partial rate. I was also told if they got ***** about changing the rate to call back and they would contact them and force them to pay us retro back to when it changed.
    Thank you so much fo your replies
    I looked up the irs website and found the following info....

    WASHINGTON The Internal Revenue Service today released the optional standard mileage rates to use for 2005 in computing the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving expense purposes.
    Beginning Jan. 1, 2005, the standard mileage rates for the use of a car (including vans, pickups or panel trucks) will be:

    40.5 cents a mile for all business miles driven, up from 37.5 cents a mile in 2004;
    15 cents a mile when computing deductible medical or moving expenses, up from 14 cents a mile in 2004; and
    14 cents a mile when giving services to a charitable organization.
    The 3-cent increase in the business mileage rate was the largest one-year rise ever. The primary reasons were higher prices for vehicles and fuel during the year ending in September. The charitable standard mileage rate is set by law.

    The standard mileage rates for business, medical and moving purposes are based on an annual study of the fixed and variable costs of operating an automobile. An independent contractor, Runzheimer International, conducted the study for the IRS.
    A taxpayer may not use the business standard mileage rate for a vehicle after using any depreciation method under the Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System (MACRS), after claiming a Section 179 deduction for that vehicle, for any vehicle used for hire, or for more than four vehicles used simultaneously. Revenue Procedure 2004-64 contains additional information on these standard mileage rates.
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    I had an interview today for a Hospice position. They offer 42 cents a mile.


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