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    Quote Originally Posted by Cj1978 View Post
    Hi all ,
    I 'm currently in the process of leaving my employed job. I've had good meetings with a new customer. They have asked how much i charge for mileage to and from service calls and installs (pence per mile ) . I will be getting a transit sized van. Has anyone got any ideas of the going rate for this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cj1978 View Post
    Hi all ,
    I 'm currently in the process of leaving my employed job. I've had good meetings with a new customer. They have asked how much i charge for mileage to and from service calls and installs (pence per mile ) . I will be getting a transit sized van. Has anyone got any ideas of the going rate for this?
    Thanks in advance
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    Not sure why you'd resurrect a six month old thread?

    Anyway, YourCo can charge a customer what it likes. What YourCo pays you is not deemed a BIK if the rate is no more than 45p/mile for the first 10k miles per tax year. Google mileage rates and you'll see this. https://www.gov.uk/expenses-and-bene.../rules-for-tax
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    Just thought Iíd give you all an update.

    Coming to end of my first gig (Programme implements soon, and a few weeks post-live support), couple of renewals, will be 17 months in total. A decent start to contracting....but I guess this is the bit where a noob finds out how hard (or easy) it is to get gig number 2.

    Looking forward to Xmas off, but would be nice to have something to look forward to in the new year.

    Money isnít a problem, built up best part of 2 years war chest, but thatís not the point.

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