the cents per mile is wrong for 2019

the cents permile is .54 and its to be .58 per mile


Thank you for posting, spiritranch2019.

I can provide some information about the mileage rate in QuickBooks Self-Employed.

QuickBooks Self-Employed is following the mileage rate deduction for 2019 as set by the IRS, which is $0.58 per mile. You can check this article for more information:

You can check the rate by going to your miles page. I've added a screenshot below for your reference. 

For your future reference, here are the trips that are qualified as Business:

  • Driving for a ride share company.
  • Going between offices or work locations.
  • Picking up supplies.
  • Dropping off orders.

Check this article for more information: About the Miles page and vehicle info settings.

That's it. Let me know if you require additional information or further clarification about your mileage by leaving a comment below. I'm always here to assist. Take care and enjoy the rest of the week.  

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