Can I Deduct That? News on Changes to Meals and Entertainment Expenses

Can I Deduct That? News on Changes to Meals and Entertainment Expenses

Under the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, gone are the days of enjoying a deductible business expense by picking up the lunch tab for a local client. What about treating a client to tickets to a baseball game or a concert? Before 2018, that entertainment expense was 50% deductible. As of January 1, 2018, that deduction no longer exists. What about picking up the tab for a client at an out-of-town dinner? Before 2018, the entire meal was 50% deductible; now only the employee portion of the final bill is 50% deductible.

To see a side-by-side comparison of all that has changed, download our FREE Guide to Deductible Meals and Entertainment Expenses.


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