Working condition, de minimis, and transportation fringes all need to be accounted for.
When it comes to nontaxable fringe benefits, IRC 132 specifically exempts some fringe benefits including no-additional-cost services, that are regularly offered for sale to customers; or qualified employee discounts, that can’t exceed gross profit or 20% of the price offered to customers. Are you current on the latest changes and regulations that affect the start of the new year? This video reviews several complex compliance issues dealing with nontaxable fringe benefits, including moving expenses, cell phones, and additional employer-provided benefits.
Alma Stewart, CPP
- U.S. Payroll Tax Manager
- 25+ years of experience in payroll including managing multistate payroll departments
- CPP/FPC Item Writer
- Author of several publications in PayTech magazine related to payroll electronic payments
- Member of American Payroll Association for 15+ years
- Graduate in accounting, University of Alaska, Anchorage
- CPP certification
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