IRS Keeps an Eye on Silicon Valley Free Lunches

Companies providing complimentary meals may have to pay the government for those taxable fringe benefits.

In late August, the IRS and U.S. Treasury Department issued their Priority Guidance Plan for the year and listed “employee-provided meals” as one of the many issues that need addressed (read taxed). A week later, the Wall Street Journal published a story on the

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