Where do organizations draw the line between personal expenses for daily commutes and reimbursable travel spending? That was easier to answer before the pandemic popularized remote and hybrid work arrangements. With more employees living and working further afield, the need to consider what happens when they come to the office either regularly or occasionally has grown.

According to Internal Revenue Service rules, regular daily commuting expenses are not tax-deductible "no matter how far your home is from your regular place of work." 

Organizations have . . .

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