Article Date:
December 2010


Word Count:
502

 

 

Tax-Free Lunches for Employees


Question

 

I operate my business as a proprietorship, but I would be willing to change to a corporation if that would allow me to deduct the lunches I serve to myself and my employees. What do I have to do to deduct these lunches? (T.F., Parsippany, N.J.)

 

Answer

 

To deduct the cost of the lunches, the lunches must be furnished to the employees on the business premises by the employer for the convenience of the employer.1

 

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