Travel Expenses Offer Small Tax Benefit

An employer tells staffers who drive to clients' offices to deduct expenses and mileage on their personal tax returns. Is this legit?

The employees of my small technology company travel to our clients' offices to work on site. I cannot provide them with company cars, but I've instructed them to deduct the expenses and mileage they incur on their tax returns. Am I giving them correct information?

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