October 8, 2018

The Associated Press interviewed Tax Principal Michael D'Addio for a syndicated story on the new rules for deducting business meals.

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The Associated Press interviewed Tax Principal Michael D'Addio for a syndicated story on the new rules for deducting business meals. Tax & Business

Excerpt:

Michael D’Addio, a tax attorney with Marcum LLP in New Haven, Connecticut, noted that under the old tax law, meals with prospective clients or customers weren’t deductible, but the IRS guidance is more liberal; an owner wooing a potential client can deduct half the cost of the meal.

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Michael  D'Addio

Michael D'Addio

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  • New Haven, CT