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Employer-Provided Housing: What's Taxable and What's Not?
Moss Adams LLP Link to more items from this source
Oct. 24, 2014
"Employers may provide housing to employees for a variety of reasons, including not-for-profit organizations that maintain institutions of higher education, historic sites, housing facilities, and other premises that require on-site staff. Unless an exception applies, the full value of the housing is treated as additional taxable compensation to the employee. Full or partial exceptions apply if the housing is: [1] Provided for the convenience of the employer; [2] A temporary work location; [or] [3] Lodging furnished by an educational institution."

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