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06/05/2012

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Jessie

It was interesting to listen to the agents comment on the questions. Even to the IRS Agents, the tax law is complicated and difficult to understand and they want the laymen to understand! Thanks to Tom we have a better understanding and advocate in this industry...

Income Tax

IRS continues to keep us abreast of their current updates and the law. i find the website to be extremely informative and easy to use.

Natalie

Thank you for this VERY helpful review! I think there is still a lot of confusion out there about the food program reimbursements being taxable income. In every workshop, I have a least a couple providers emphatically argue that they were told they are not. I'm excited to hear you will be doing a workshop on this topic at the conference!

J. DiCosimo

The information presented during the webinar regarding food reimbursements not only is contradicted in the audit technique guide (as Tom mentioned in his review), but as a CPA I would never recommend my that amounts be netted because it creates a poor audit trail. I will continue to report the food reimbursements and food expenses separately to avoid confusion.

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