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Article Date:
May 2007


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Reimbursement of Mileage for 105 Plan


My husband is my employee. Last year he had five medical procedures that took place 65 miles away from our home. Using the section 105 plan that covers my employee-husband, may I reimburse him for this mileage? (A.G., )

 

Yes! Under the 105 plan, you may reimburse any medical expense that your husband could otherwise deduct on his Form 1040. In 2006, the IRS allowed a standard mileage rate of 18 cents a mile for medical mileage.1 ... Log in to view full article.

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