Scratching your head when it comes to U.S. tax law and overseas business travel? Here is some help from a top attorney in the field. U.S. tax law treats incentive travel differently than nonincentive business travel, whether the travel is done inside or outside the United States. This is because an incentive trip is often taken purely for pleasure, even though the company who pays the traveler's expenses has a business motive for doing so. When a traveler takes a trip purely for pleasure, ...

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