The presence of even one person on a company-owned plane for personal entertainment purposes could wipe out what would otherwise be a large tax deduction.
August 15, 2012
The corporate tax impact arising from executives' personal use of company-owned aircraft, while already bothersome, may get much worse under recently finalized Internal Revenue Service regulations. Proper planning, however, can save companies bundles of cash. Read more...
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