I have a client who we are preparing a Tax Claim for on a Self-Assessment form.
He had two PAYE employments during the year (not at the same time), both paying him a mileage payment at below the allowed mileage rate.
Clearly he is allowed to claim the balance on the Return as an expense at the Approved Mileage Rates.
My question is - when calculating his mileage, do we use the 10,000 miles between the two employments (ie start at 0 on the first and then run through to give us a total), or does it start again on the second employment?
Many thanks for the help.
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