How to charge the taxpayer twice!
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – December 31, 2014
It is a very creative company. The company doesn’t want to have its own vehicles, so it reimburses employees for the use of their vehicles. Reimbursement is far below the normal wear and tear of employee’s cars ($0.25-$0.29), but then employees get the difference as a tax credit next year. Genius. Once the company is already paid by Medicare from the taxpayer’s money, it steals most of the mileage reimbursement as a profit instead of reimbursing employees. Thus the taxpayer has to reimburse employees again for the mileage as a tax credit. So, without knowing, the taxpayer pays twice for the same thing. Whoever came up with this idea, should be a president. Profits, baby, profits! Who is dumber, FBI or IRS?
Using employees' cars without paying enough, and when employees can't pay for repairs and quit, the company hires new suckers to steal from. Someone needs to explain to employees what strike is.