Decoding Incentive Tax Codes

Andelman, Bob
September 2006
Financial & Insurance Meetings;Sep/Oct2006, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p41
Trade Publication
The article presents an interview with Jonathan T. Howe, a meeting expert and lawyer for Howe & Hutton Ltd. He believes that incentive travel is a program in which a person who achieves a certain goal is rewarded with a trip. He says that the incentive trip is taxable to the award winner as income. He expects the U.S. Internal Revenue Service to make changes in the tax deductibility of travel expenses.


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