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July 2010

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Tax Audit Tip When You Fail to Seek Expense Reimbursement



I am currently undergoing an IRS audit.


I have about $5,100 in unreimbursed expenses from a client that is being disallowed because, according to this IRS agent, I should have enforced the reimbursement with the client.


My position: This client sends me ongoing business and has done so for the past 10 years. I feel that I would risk my ongoing relationship with this client by submitting the expenses for reimbursement.


Further, I did exactly the same thing the following year, so I ... Log in to view full article.

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