Certified Public Accountants
New Travel, Meals and Entertainment Expense Reporting
Morning Course
<— Previous Page
Online Registration Form
Date: August 27, 2020
Location: Webcast
Course Time: 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM Central Time
Registration Begins: 8:00 AM
This program will explain the new rules for deducting travel, meals and entertainment expenses and the TCJA disallowance of business entertainment expenses, as well as the most recent legislation proposed regulations issues March, 2020. Documentation requirements and planning opportunities related to travel, entertainment, and automobile expenses will also be addressed.
* Gain insight on the "big picture" in this complex area * Distinguish the rules of determining travel and entertainment expenses * Know what to do and when to do it
* Adequate accounting rules for reimbursements, including accountable plans, going paperless, reimbursement for non-deductible expenses * Reporting travel expenses: travel status, simplified per diem * Meals and entertainment: "directly related to" and associated with" tests; facility vs. activity expenses; TCJA elimination of most entertainment expenses; 9 exceptions to Section 274 * Business meals: IRS Notice 2018-76 * 2020 mileage and per diem rates
Who Should Attend:Practitioners, members in industry, or personnel responsible for payroll tax reporting or determining and reviewing travel and entertainment deductions.

Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: Basic working knowledge of business expense reporting.
Course ID: TME4
Discussion Leader:Van Der Aa Tax Ed, LLC - Douglas Van Der Aa, CPA
CPE Credit: 4
Additional Information: Instructions for the webcast will come a few days before the course date along with the electronic materials.
Early Bird Registration:
$150 - Society Member
$200 - Nonmember
Within 30 Days of Course Date:
$185 - Society Member
$235 - Nonmember
<— Previous Page
7435 O Street, Suite 100
Lincoln, NE 68510
(402) 476-8482
(800) 642-6178
(402) 476-8731