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How To Get The Biggest Tax Deduction For Business Travel And Meals Under The New Law

The new tax law changed the rules for deducting your business meal and entertainment expenses, beginning this year. Some tax advisors have warned that the new law not only killed deductions for entertainment, but also for business meal expenses. Following that faulty advice could cost you thousands in lost deductions. Here’s what you need to know to claim the biggest deductions legally possible. 

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