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    i live in TN and work for a company in CT. I am an employee not a independant contractor and i am 100% commission. They make all of my appts. and tell me where and when to go and fax them to me daily. They require us to have a fax, cell phone and to run appts upto 100 miles.
    They do not pay for anything and will only pay milliage if an appt. is over 100miles one way. ex. 204 mile trip= only 4 mile reimbursment @ 0.32 per mile.

    Is this legale?
    i leave from home and go stright to an appointment. The only reason we have cell phones is so the company can call us when the want. customers do not call or fax me.

    thanks for any advice.

    zan

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    There is no law in Tennessee requiring that the employer reimburse you for business-related expenses at all.
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      Pattymd,

      Can one take the unreimbursed car expenses off one's income tax somehow?
      Thanks!
      Anj

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        Generally speaking, yes. However, I believe the amount must exceed 2% of your Adjusted Gross Income. See here:
        http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f2106ez.pdf
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