Maximizing Tax Deductions For Entertainment Expenses
The meals and entertainment deduction has long been an area of scrutiny and controversy between IRS and taxpayers. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) modified what could be considered deductible under these provisions.
Reviewing company policy and expenditures running through the meals and entertainment account can assist in compliance and potentially minimize future controversy with the IRS. In addition, understanding the nuances of the definitions that allow for deductions can help maximize benefit.
By utilizing a tax consultant to understand the types of expenditures that traditionally run through your meals and entertainment expenses and how these changes may impact your tax position as well as knowing the planning strategies to maximize benefit.
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Lurie’s Specialty Tax Services advisors offer unique tax savings and reduction strategies for businesses and their tax concerns. The team works closely with you and your service partners to provide counsel and execution on matters that extend far beyond compliance. This close collaboration provides not only coordinated, seamless service with specialists who have deep expertise, but also delivers true dollar cost savings. Here is what to expect:
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Review of meals and entertainment expenses and policies to maximize deductions under the new tax law
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