The Internal Revenue Service has issued new rules for travel, lodging, meals and other expenses, including an optional method for computing the deductible costs.
Revenue Procedure 2009-47 provides rules for employees who are reimbursed for lodging, meals, and incidental expenses, or meals and incidental expenses only, while traveling away from home, to substantiate the expenses by per diem allowance in lieu of actual expenses.
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