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Law Changes Deductibility of Meals and Entertainment


The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) commonly referred to as tax reform has changed the deductibility of certain meals and entertainment expenses.  Documentation is especially important in 2018 and now is the time to correctly allocate these expenses and budget accordingly.

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Mark is a tax partner with over 29 years’ experience in services to international, corporate, and personal tax clients. As the partner in charge of the tax department, Mark supervises over 40 tax professionals. He specializes in international cross-border taxation and has worked on special projects relating to the interest-charged DISCs, offshore voluntary disclosures, transfer pricing analysis, cross-border royalty agreements, controlled foreign corporations, passive foreign investment companies, and corporate benefits of ESOP ownership. Additionally, Mark is responsible for the development and implementation of tax engagement strategies for personal tax clients and closely held businesses with an emphasis on the manufacturing industry.

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