After the 2018 Tax Cuts Act
     You STILL Can Deduct MANY Business Meals 
   … but Which Ones and under What Circumstances?”


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​​​​The 2018 Tax Cuts & Jobs Act put the ‘KIBOSH’ on Business ENTERTAINMENT deductions. That was a bad surprise to business owners, but here’s where it got more “interesting.” Years ago, the IRS lumped “Business Entertainment” and “Business Meals” into the same tax-deduction category – labeling it: “Meals & Entertainment.”

The 2018 Tax Act eliminated deductions for business ENTERTAINMENT, but it made no specific mention of Business MEALS. There was initial confusion among “experts” over whether “Business Meals” would bite-the-dust along with entertainment. 

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On October 3, 2018 the IRS issued “TRANSITIONAL GUIDANCE” on this subject.

(a) Transitional Guidance IS official guidance, but temporary guidance.  That’s because
      Oct 3rd marked the beginning of a 60-day “public comment period” – a time during
      which anyone (“the public”) could make comments and provide recommendations
      on improving the content or wording of the guidance.

(b)  The Public Comment Period expires on December 3, 2018, after which the IRS will
       issue Notice 2018-76 – Official
 (permanent) Guidance on business meal deductions.

THE TRANSITIONAL “GUIDANCE” WAS ANYTHING BUT CLEAR so on October 14, 2018
we invited the well-known tax-law expert and taxpayer advocate DANIEL J. PILLA to address, on a public webinar sponsored by Home Business Tax Savings, Inc., topic:


        After the 2018 Tax Cuts Act
                    
You Still CAN Deduct MANY Business Meals
                     … but Which
 Ones and under What Circumstances?

As he always does, Dan Pilla translated the “IRS-ese” into plain English, demystified the wording of the “guidance,” clearly answered the question, “but Which Ones and under What Circumstances?” And he even provided the Tax Code references that confirmed everything he said.

          This webinar can save almost any small-business owner

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