Learn the benefits and misconceptions of fleet versus reimbursement, how hybrid programs are becoming more popular and the evolution of technology and how it benefits today's mobile worker.
Cents-per-mile reimbursement programs are easy to administer for your mobile workforce, sure. But are you a...
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Cents-per-mile reimbursement programs are easy to administer for your mobile workforce, sure. But are you aware of how they impact legal risk, unproductive employee behavior, and costs?
The most common mistakes CFOs make are preventing them from discovering cost-control opportunities, investing in other areas of the business and achieving ROI. Find out how to avoid them here.
Hybrid Vehicle Programs 101 What is a hybrid vehicle program? Simply put – a hybrid vehicle program is a program that brings all of your mobile employees together under one consistent system of...
Many business services companies use out dated technology and unfavorable vehicle programs. Find alternatives that offer increased productivity and other benefits to consultants here.
Companies take on considerable risk and expense with company car programs. Take this assessment to realize what your fleet is costing you.
A guide for the Operations leader to understand the pros and cons of fleet, cents-per-mile rate, flat allowance and FAVR reimbursement programs.
Too many businesses are are over or under-reimbursing their mobile workers with their current cents-per-mile program. Take this assessment to calculate your savings.
Both company and mobile worker benefit when a company switches from fleet to vehicle reimbursement. How? Read the article to find out.
A flowchart to help any CFO understand the differences between vehicle programs and their benefits and pitfalls.
A checklist speaking to the benefits of moving from a fleet program to a FAVR program.
For all their ease, car allowance vehicle programs end up costing companies and their mobile workers far more than anticipated. Take this assessment to calculate your tax waste.