Are travel and expense reimbursements to board members reportable?

January 4, 2019

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Q. (cont.) I see information regarding "travel reimbursement for which the non-employee did not account to the payer..." but I'm not clear on what "account to the payer" means. A.  For expense reimbursements to be excluded from tax reporting, they must meet the accountable plan rules.  Please see Pub. 463, page 30, for a discussion of accountable plan rules: https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p463.pdf Q. I’m still unclear as to what “they must meet the accountable plan rules” means for…

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