Traveling ice show employee was not away from home

June 1998
Practical Accountant;Jun98, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p24
Trade Publication
Focuses on tax regulation 98-1, which dealt with a traveling ice show employee who could not deduct living expenses as a result of not having a legal home for tax purposes. Where the employee lived between assignments; Number of states the employee traveled to.


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