Accounting and Tax Services
Sep 11

Income Tax—Employee Uniforms

Responding to a letter from U.S. Senator Bill Nelson on behalf of a constituent, the IRS concludes that the cost of clothing an employee is required to wear at work is deductible by the employer only if the clothing is a uniform that is required as a condition of employment and is not adaptable to ordinary wear. This obviously applies to any physician medical practice.

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