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Article Date:
May 2010


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577

 

 

Entertainment Tax Deductions Look Fishy


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I am engaged in an IRS audit, and my big problem is entertainment.

 

My first visit with the IRS was unsatisfactory. I did not have any proof of my entertainment. The auditor allowed me to return for a second visit, at which point I would have the opportunity to prove my entertainment.

 

I returned home and made extensive lists detailing entertainment in the past 12 months: who attended the event, when and where it occurred, and what was discussed. I showed ... Log in to view full article.

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