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Team members often entertain clients for business purposes e.g. a working lunch. However, if detailed records are not maintained this could be considered as a taxable benefit for your team member.
The purpose of the ‘client entertainment’ should be to discuss business, maintain connections or make new business connections.
If the entertainment is being provided as a reward to a team member it is taxable on them.
It is important to keep sufficient supporting evidence of your client entertainment expenditure. We suggest this includes:
If you need any further support regarding client entertainment or any other tax issues our specialist experts are here to help you. Please contact the team on 0161 476 8276 or email email@example.com
Posted 27th November 2017
Reviewed 12th December 2018
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