Tax reform webinar series: meals and entertainment expenses


Listen to 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 presenters:

Mark Heroux
Principal and Firm Leader
IRS Practice and Procedures

Carrie Small
Tax Partner
Financial Services

Colin Walsh
Senior Manager
IRS Practice and Procedures 

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