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Articles and announcements for drivers from our tax experts
December 22, 2016
Year-end Tax Saving Tips

First, and foremost, you want to make sure you have all expense receipts and documentation needed for any expenses you […]

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November 9, 2016
Who will own ELD data?

A Catch 22 For Drivers Drivers currently retain ownership of their paper logbooks to comply with the IRS income tax […]

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September 4, 2016
Great American Trucking Show 2016 Summary

              The Per Diem Plus show truck, affectionately known as “Truck 4.04,” headed to […]

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July 5, 2016
Our Tax Experts answer "What is per diem?"

An employee truck driver new to the transportation industry asked the following question to the Per Diem Plus tax experts: […]

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June 4, 2016
Do home loan lenders understand trucker per diem?

Do home loan lenders understand how trucker per diem works, that is the question. Background:  An employee truck driver was […]

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May 30, 2016
Which Per Diem Method Benefits a Driver the Most, Cent Per Mile or Daily Rate?

An employee truck driver asked the following question to the Per Diem Plus tax experts during the 2016 Mid­America Truck Show: […]

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May 13, 2016
Per Diem Plus App Updates Announced

Per Diem Plus launches enhancements to its automated per diem and expense tracking Android app for truck drivers 5/13/2016 ST. […]

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April 18, 2016
Per Diem Plus Updates: Delete Expense Button & IFTA Fuel Tracking

Per Diem Plus has released two new updates: Delete Expense Option Fuel (IFTA) Expense Category Delete Expense: Allows users to […]

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January 11, 2016
On A Trip?

An ex-trucker turned IRS Agent asked if the app is using GPS, what is to prevent a driver from carrying his phone while on vacation, activating the app, and then trying to claim Per Diem for his personal travel?

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January 4, 2016
Per Diem Plus > Than Log Books

According to an ex-trucker turned IRS Revenue Agent the IRS ONLY accepts drivers D.O.T. log books for proof of overnights, as it is an official government document. He also mentioned that many of the carriers out there are now refusing to provide copies of the E-Logs to their drivers, making it impossible for them to provide the IRS with copies should we audit them. He was interested in learning if the app is “foolproof” and trusted as proof of Per Diem expenses.

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