Civil service mileage and subsistence rates

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Employees' motor expenses rates from 1 April 2017
The updated motor travel rates that take effect from 1 April 2017 are shown below:
 
 Distance Bands
 Engine
 capacity up
 to 1200cc

 Engine
 capacity
1201cc to 1500cc
 Engine
 capacity
1501cc and over
 Band 1
 0 - 1,500 km  37.95 cent
 39.86 cent
 44.79 cent
 Band 2
 1,501 - 5,500 km
 70.00 cent
 73.21 cent
 83.53 cent
 Band 3
 5,501 - 25,000 km
 27.55 cent
 29.03 cent
 32.21 cent
 Band 4
 25,001 km and over
 21.36 cent
 22.23 cent
 25.85 cent

In addition, the updated subsistence rates are as follows:

 Overnight rates
 Normal rate
 Reduced rate
Detention rate
 €133.73  €120.36  €66.87

 Day rates 
 10 hours or more
 5 hours but less than 10 hours
 €33.61  €14.01

 Vouched Accommodation ("VA") Domestic Subsistence Rates (for use in Dublin only)
 Accommodation
   Meals
 Vouched cost of accommodation up to €133.73
 Plus €33.61

Employees' motor expenses up to 31 March 2017
The following is a link to the current Civil Service kilometric rates for cars, motorcycles and bicycles for individuals who are obliged to use their car, motorcycle or bicycle in the performance of the duties of their employment: http://www.revenue.ie/en/tax/it/leaflets/it51.html

Employees' subsistence expenses up to 31 March 2017
This is a further link which deals with the reimbursement of subsistence expenses to employees: http://www.revenue.ie/en/tax/it/leaflets/it54.html

Other tax reliefs and deductions
If you need assistance with the completion of a tax return, please contact a member of our professional Team on +353 74 912 2820 or email us at: mail@edwinfoley.com.



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