For many years, meals and lodging provided to employees have been subject to special tax treatment. Employees of C corporations have always been eligible for tax-privileged treatment of meals and lodging; employees of S corporations have been limited in eligibility by the rules in force since 1982. A recent Wyoming District Court decision has focused attention on the differences in treatment for employees between C and S corporations.



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