3 results for tag: Business Travel


Five Rules for Turning Your Vacation—Even a Luxurious One— into Tax-Deductible Business Travel

Parts of this article are published with permission from Bradford Tax Institute, © 2021 Daniel Morris, Morris + D’Angelo Isn’t it about time you took a vacation? I know I need one... what a year 2020 has been for everybody. For some, it's been more stressful than others, but maybe it's time to ease back to "normal" after all the COVID-19 restrictions we've had on traveling and just plain having fun traveling to other places. Maybe you don’t think you have the time or the extra cash? You could solve both the time and cash problems when you make the vacation a business trip and deduct your travel expenses. What kind of travel are ...

Traveling Part II: On the Road and Across the Pond(s) and Into 2018

I’m finally on my way home to be with my wife and family over the Holidays and I’m looking forward to it. I’ve been on the road traveling it seems this last 2017 Business Quarter almost nonstop. I often feel like the famed American journalist Charles Kuralt. Kuralt's "On the Road" segments like my travels have had its peaks and valleys. There are vast moments of “discovery” and “amazement” and the accompanying frustration and stress (you can’t have one without the other). Traveling alone I am comforted with patterns and systems. Travelling with my family I am comforted by their companionship, joy, and sharing the good with the ...

The Human Touch: Optimizing My Time Across the Pond

It’s All About the Human Touch and how we connect with People Business is People: the Customer Experience and Keeping Commitments Sometimes business leadership means making difficult decisions that might seem to marginalize or shirk responsibilities at “World Headquarters” but pay large dividends for all down the road. Last week, before our Company Retreat and October’s looming tax deadline, I had to leave for an overseas trip to London at the dismay of my fellow colleagues. We Serve Global Markets: It’s Tough to Be Me Sometimes In an era of the excess of Features, Baited Rebates, and promises of the “Personal Touch”, are ...