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Taft-Hartley Trustees: Traveling Outside State Lines Requires Staying in Line with the IRS Travel Expense Reimbursement Rules
Belfint Lyons & Shuman, CPAs Link to more items from this source
Sept. 17, 2014
"Under the actual expense method, there must be records to evidence the actual cost of travel expenses.... As an alternative to the actual expense method, the IRS standard rates can be used for meals and incidentals. The only documentation required under this method is proof of time, place, and business purpose of the travel.... Expense reimbursements for the departure and return days must be prorated under the standard meal allowance method by one of two methods."

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