Expense rates show three decimal points instead of two decimal points

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2 months ago
by Casefox

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It is primarily because of IRS mileage rates that all usually in three decimal numbers. For example, in 2023, the mileage rate is $0.655. To show exact rates, the invoice shows expense rates in 3 digits after the decimal.

It is primarily because of IRS mileage rates that all usually in three decimal numbers. For example, in 2023, the mileage rate is $0.655. To show exact rates, the invoice shows expense rates in 3 digits after the decimal.

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