Tax reform webinar series: meals and entertainment expenses

Event Info

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Join us for a thorough review of the new provisions under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act related to meals, entertainment and employee awards, including practical examples and additional insight.

Attendees will learn about:

  • Changes to the meals and entertainment provisions under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
  • Application of the new provisions, such as:
    • If our company sponsors a golf outing, which is attended by several employees, how should we be coding the different expenses?
    • When we send our agents on an incentive trip for meeting certain criteria, is this considered nondeductible entertainment?
    • Our company covers select meals for employees under different circumstances, but how has the deductibility of those expenses changed under the new tax provisions?
    • Is it considered taxable that our company supplies activity trackers to all employees as part of our wellness program?
  • Suggested changes or updates to company policies and procedures to account for the new provisions

Baker Tilly presenter:

Mark Heroux
Principal and Firm Leader, IRS Practice and Procedures

Information about CPE eligibility

This webinar will provide an overview of changes related to meals and entertainment expenses brought on by the new tax reform act. There are no prerequisites for this webinar, and advance preparation is not required. There is no cost to attend this webinar.

CPE credit: one (1) hour total credit
Field of study: Taxes

Please indicate on the registration form if you would like to receive eligible CPE credit for this webinar event. A certificate of completion will be emailed to you four to six weeks following the event.

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