Iowa Mileage Allowance: What you need to know

Expenses authorized by the employer and incurred by the employee, including travel and mileage allowances, must be paid by the employer either in advance or within 30 days of the employee's submission of an expense claim (IA Admin. Code Sec. 91A.3). An employer disputing an employee's expense claim must submit a written justification of such refusal to the employee within the same 30-day period. There is more information.
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Last reviewed on March 17, 2016.

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