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Another important element is to remove certain corporate expenses from a property's operating expenses.
Typically, prepaid medical expenses are not deductible in the year of payment; generally, they cannot be deducted until services have been rendered.
Shift Technologies has introduced the latest version of the Expense Reporting application in its ThinMind suite of web- based workforce management solutions.
Ministers living in church-provided parsonages, for example, do not have to include the fair rental value of their homes in their gross income and may exclude a designated allowance for utilities and upkeep to the extent of actual expenses. According to revenue ruling 87-32, those who receive a housing allowance still are allowed to deduct mortgage interest and property taxes on their federal tax returns as itemized deductions.
Visa International introduces the Visa Central Travel Account Program throughout Latin America and Caribbean, a special corporate card account designed to provide companies with greater control over travel expenses and more efficiency in the accounting and reconciliation processes.
In employed and/or salaried situations, it is easy to lose perspective between productivity, overhead expenses, collections and compensation.
Tax Executives Institute appreciates this opportunity to present its views on the proposed regulations relating to the use of an alternative tax book value method for allocating and apportioning interest expenses under section 861 of the Internal Revenue Code.
170 Systems Inc., a provider of document management and business process management software for Global 1000 enterprises, has announced the new 170 MarkView[TM] Expense Management solution, which automates the management of expense receipts.
To arrive at an accurate figure, a valuation analyst needs to assess the sustainability of the agency's revenues and determine the ongoing expenses that an agency needs to maintain its operation.
The bold decision to include painting costs in the unusual expenses category ruffled more than a few feathers.
* health care expenses that are not reimbursed by a company's insurance plan;
Profits were held down by a partial rollback of recent progress in reducing non-interest expenses (a rollback due in part to onetime restructuring charges) and also by an increased level of provisioning against loan losses.
This exception requires a determination of whether TLC (1) incurred the per-diem expenses "under a reimbursement or other expense allowance arrangement with such other person" (its trucking company clients) and, if so, (2) "account[ed] ...
Virtual Management Inc., (www.evaforhire.com) a provider of voice-based services, announced the addition of the Verbal Expense Tracking, a simple, easy-to-use service that allows users to call-in and log expenses immediately following a meeting (or other tax deductible event) for perfect record keeping.
IRC section 162(a)(2) permits taxpayers a deduction for business travel expenses such as lodging, meals and other incidental costs while away from home.