Available in QuickBooks Self-Employed
Automatic GPS tracking
Easier than doing nothing. Just drive, we’ll use your phone’s location to detect when you’re driving.
Business or personal? The app makes categorizing individual trips easy so you can accurately rack up potential tax deductions.
No drain on battery
Patented technology uses your phone’s GPS only when you’re actually moving. So you get reliable data without draining your battery.
Drive up potential deductions
Find on average 45% more deductions by logging miles in annually.2
Make every mile count
Every mile is worth about 54 cents in tax deduction or mileage reimbursement to the IRS.3
Automatic means accurate
No more pen and paper. Mileage data is logged accurately and automatically.
How do I add a manual trip?
Adding a manual trip is easy and you can do it right from your phone. Just open the app and tap the Miles tab. Enter your trip information: date, total mileage, and trip purpose. Tap Save and you’re all set.
Can I export and send it to my accountant?
Yes, you easily share tax details, like mileage, through the annual tax summary PDF. It lists your self-assigned taxable business profit and total amounts for each Schedule C deduction category.
Which product includes mileage tracking?
You’ll need QuickBooks Self-Employed to access the mileage tracking feature.
Can I add a trip to an invoice reimbursement?
Yes. After creating an invoice, you can easily attach the miles and expenses accrued during a job for reimbursement. The descriptions and amounts found in your transactions and mileage will be pre-populated, but are also editable.
Based on QuickBooks Self Employed tax year 2015 subscribers that have identified >$0 in business expenses and of those users that have >$0 in tax savings and have logged between >0 and <250k miles.
Based on TY15 subscribers that have identified >$0 in business expenses and of those users that have >$0 in tax savings and have logged between >0 and <250k miles.
Beginning on Jan. 1, 2017, the standard mileage rates for the use of a car (also vans, pickups or panel trucks) will be: 53.5 cents per mile for business miles driven, down from 54 cents for 2016; 17 cents per mile driven for medical or moving purposes, down from 19 cents for 2016; 14 cents per mile driven in service of charitable organizations. These and other requirements are described in Rev. Proc. 2010-51. Notice 2016-79, posted today on IRS.gov.
Terms, conditions, pricing, special features, and service and support options subject to change without notice.