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Tax Reform: Nondeductible Parking Expenses and Their Impact on Your Business

Posted 12:53 PM by
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) provides that expenses for qualified transportation fringe benefits are nondeductible. The IRS recently released interim guidance via Notice 2018-99 clarifying that a portion of taxpayers’ “parking expenses” is considered nondeductible as qualified transportation fringes. Thus, Notice 2018-99 has significantly expanded the number of taxpayers that will need to calculate the nondeductible portion of their parking expenses. Now, all employers that own or lease a parking lot where their employees park will need to consider if an add-back to taxable income is required. This provision impacts the preparation of 2018 tax returns as it applies to expenses incurred or paid after Dec. 31, 2017.
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