EA Journal: Shades of Gray: Revisiting Business Deductions (Part 2)

In the second article in a series, The Tax Institute’s Gil Charney explores the deductibility of certain expenses that taxpayers commonly present as business expenses, such as travel, special clothing, and research expenses.

By: Gil Charney  /  January 01, 2011

In the second article in a series, The Tax Institute’s Gil Charney explores the deductibility of certain expenses that taxpayers commonly present as business expenses, such as travel, special clothing, and research expenses.

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Gil Charney

Gil Charney, CPA/PFS, CFP, CGMA, CMA, MBA, is director of tax law and policy analysis at The Tax Institute. Gil oversees a team of tax attorneys and CPAs who review and analyze legislation and the impact of tax laws on taxpayers. He has more than 30 years of experience in tax, accounting, and financial management.

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