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Season Tickets? Steak Dinners? Small Firms Rethink Client Events After Losing Tax Break

May 17, 2018, The Wall Street Journal

Marianna Dyson is quoted by The Wall Street Journal in an article regarding changes in the tax law that reduce limits on deductions for entertainment and meals. Among the uncertainties is whether companies will still be able to claim a 50% deduction for business meals with customers or business associates, or whether those expenses will be considered entertainment, which is no longer deductible. “That’s the one that has got everyone jumping up and down,” says Dyson.

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