travel expense

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: expense - (frequently plural) expenses incurred by an employee in the performance of the job and usually reimbursed by the employertravel expense - (frequently plural) expenses incurred by an employee in the performance of the job and usually reimbursed by the employer
plural, plural form - the form of a word that is used to denote more than one
expense - money spent to perform work and usually reimbursed by an employer; "he kept a careful record of his expenses at the meeting"
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I asked the bearer if His Majesty had afforded a sum in aid of my travel expenses. He answered, "No, not even in thought."
Table 1 presents a framework for travel expense deductions--a road map, so to speak, of the route that a taxpayer needs to navigate successfully to obtain a travel expense deduction.
To protect volunteers, an association could give them reimbursement for the cost of the income tax to be paid by them on the amount attributable as income (i.e., the spouse travel expense), in addition to covering the cost of spouse travel.
The caller, who rang the NHS fraud line in January last year, alleged Smith, from Newtown, Powys, was making bogus travel expense claims to the University Hospital of Wales.
A list of MPs' travel expense claims has been published on the House of Commons website.
The drivers who testified at trial provided reasonable estimates of their monthly travel expenses. Despite the credible testimony of the witnesses, however, the court finds that P did not substantiate the travel expense deductions of its approximately 300 drivers pursuant to the strict substantiation standards of Sec.
Therefore, a trip--regardless of the distance--where the taxpayer leaves and returns in the same day would not qualify for travel expense deductions for meals and lodging.
Initially encompassed within the 1918 tax law's deduction for ordinary and necessary expenses incurred in a trade or business, and permitted by regulations issued by the Service in 1920, explicit recognition of the travel expense deduction was codified in 1921.
The University of Oregon wrestling coaches have agreed to repay $732 in disputed per diem travel expense money dating back to the 2000-01 school year following a review by the Oregon University System's Internal Audit Division, it was announced on Friday.
The basis for many of the criteria that determine the travel expense deduction stem from the Flowers (1946) case.
But his sarcasm was misplaced, as the auditor-general did not suggest abolishing the travel expense allowance, but merely targeting it to parliamentarians who actually need it.

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