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Chris is the president at CBAuthentix Business Services, a bookkeeping principal, Enrolled Agent and QuickBooks Pro Advisor.

Larger deduction might be available to businesses providing meals to their employees



When businesses provide meals to their employees, generally their deduction is limited to 50%. But there are exceptions. One is if the meal qualifies as a de minimis fringe benefit under the Internal Revenue Code.

A recent U.S. Tax Court ruling could ultimately mean that more employer-provided meals will be 100% deductible under this exception. The court found that the Boston Bruins hockey team’s pregame meals to players and personnel at out-of-town hotels qualified as a de minimis fringe benefit. 

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