How much do employers and employees save?
Employers and employees save all income and payroll taxes on the amount of money provided for qualified transportation fringe benefits for commuting. Up to $20 per month ($240 per year) can be provided tax-free for bike commuting. Tax savings allow employees to save in annual commuting costs, while employers save on Federal and State income taxes, Social Security (FICA) taxes paid by employers and employees, and unemployment, disability, workman’s compensation and retirement costs driven by salary.

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1. How will I save?
2. How can I take advantage of the bicycling tax benefit?
3. How do I get my employer to sign up?
4. How does the program work?
5. How much do employers and employees save?
6. Why would an employer offer a Commuter Benefits program?
7. Who can participate? Are any employers too large or too small for the program?
8. Do employers need to keep detailed records?