The supper money fringe benefit provides the employee with meal money and gives the employer a tax deduction that is not reduced by the 50 percent rule that applies to most meals.
Example. Your employee works overtime to complete the task that you assigned. You give the employee $45 for dinner. You, the employer, deduct the $45 without reducing it by the 50 percent rule that applies to meals. The $45 is tax-free to the employee.
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