NEW TAX BREAKS FOR THE INDUSTRY: Tax-cut legislation can have great impact on foodservice

June 2001
FoodService Director;6/15/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p18
Trade Publication
Provides information on several tax legislation proposed in the U.S. Congress that could bring tax relief to independent food service operators. Overview of the Small Employer Tax Relief Act of 2001; Information on the legislation that would restore the 100% tax deduction for business meals; Bill related to the construction of food service facilities.


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