Employee meal tax overturned

July 1999
FoodService Director;07/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p20
Trade Publication
Discusses the ruling of the United States Court of Appeals regarding the Internal Revenue Service's stand on food service operators' taxes for on-premises meals served to employees. Why the verdict was a victory for Boyd Gaming Corp.; Argument of Boyd; Why the employee meals were not taxable.


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