Can you get tax deduction for a flight taken for business related matters?
Thu, 09/12/2013 17:28
I have to make frequent trips for my business. Recently, I made a trip to Oneonta, Alabama to attend a business meeting. I had used the frequent flier mileage to get the air ticket. Now, I have been asked to show a particular section of 162 that permits to deduct the price of ticket as business expense. Is there any law regarding this?
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