Free Tax Benefit Guide for Commuters and Employers
- identify the types of commuter benefits eligible for tax breaks,
- estimate the potential cost savings for employers and employees, and
- learn the 8 steps to start a commuter pre-tax benefit program.
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Such actions can include offering commuters one or more alternative transportation modes and/or services, providing incentives to travel on these modes or at non-congested hours, providing opportunities to better link or "chain" trips together, and/or incorporating growth management or traffic impact policies into local development decisions.
In 2014, employers may provide employees up to
$130 per month tax free or allow employees to
use pre-tax income to purchase transit passes.
Commuters who bicycle to work on a regular basis may be reimbursed by their employer up to $20 per month for eligible expenses.
Employers may provide up to $130 per month to employees who commute in 7+ passenger commuter highway vehicles and carry at least 4 people, including the driver.