By Bob Rywick
If a taxpayer takes a trip outside of the United States, and the trip is entirely for business purposes, that taxpayer can deduct all of his travel costs, plus meals (at 50 percent), lodging and some other incidental costs, such as the amounts paid for laundry and dry cleaning.
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