How To Fix Your Mileage Log In 2023

by William

Do you have a mileage log app to track your travel in 2023? If not, you’re not alone. A lot of people don’t track their travel mileage because it seems like a hassle. But if you’re not tracking your travel mileage, you’re not doing your own research and you’re not aware of the benefits of tracking your travel.

In this article, we’ll show you how mileage logging is done, and how it can help you save money on your travel expenses.

Who needs a Mileage Log?

Do you ever wonder how much you’ve driven? Or, how many miles you’ve logged over the course of a year? Most people don’t have a way to track this information, but it can be really helpful in estimating your fuel efficiency and figuring out how to track mileage for taxes.

How to track Mileage for Taxes

You can use pen-and-paper or print out an Excel sheet and keep it in your car. You can also use a mileage tracker app on your phone or a mileage logbook app that you can access online.

Note down the following information:

  1. Date
  2. Mileage
  3. Type of vehicle
  4. Weather conditions

If you’re using pen-and-paper or an Excel sheet, make sure to enter the following information as well:

  1. Driver’s name
  2. Vehicle description

If you’re using an app, make sure to enter the following information:

  1. Date
  2. Mileage
  3. Location
  4. Type of app
  5. Weather conditions
  6. Driver’s name
  7. Vehicle description

Features that you need in a Mileage Tracker App

Some of the features you may want in a mileage tracker app include:

  • Tracking your progress over time
  • Highlighting a map that shows your location and the miles you’ve traveled
  • Allowing you to share your miles with friends and family in a simple mileage log
  • Letting you track your progress and set goals
  • Showing alerts when you reach your milestones
  • Letting you export the data in a variety of formats

Google Timeline to an IRS-Approved Mileage Log via MileageWise

If you’re like most people, you probably keep track of your mileage on your car’s odometer. But what if you want to keep track of your mileage using an IRS approved mileage log?

The good news is that if you’re tracking mileage for taxes, you can easily convert your mileage from the Google Maps Timeline to a mileage log for IRS using the MileageWise app.

  • First, download and install the MileageWise app from the App Store or Google Play.
  • Sign in.
  • Next, select your Google account from the Accounts list.
  • Then, select your timeline from the Timeline list.
  • Next, select the date range that you want to track your mileage.
  • Finally, select the miles you want to track.
  • Once you’ve selected all the miles you want to track, click the Convert button.
  • The MileageWise app will now start tracking your mileage. You’ll see a summary of your mileage data at the top of the app every day.
  • When you’re done tracking your mileage, click the Export button to export your data to an IRS-approved mileage log.
  • You’ll now have a complete record of your mileage for the date range you selected.

Mileage Log Preparation Service by MileageWise

You just have to collect data about your client locations, trips, and mileage from the Google Timeline.

A team of experts from MileageWise will then take over and compile your mileage logs with the help of software that is capable of checking and converting 70 logical errors. What you get is an IRS-approved mileage log for mileage reimbursement.

You can find & download MileageWise on both Google Play and the App Store.

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