Away from Home


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Away from Home

A category of travel where an individual is away from his/her general place of business or employment of a period of time substantially longer than an ordinary work day. The IRS allows individuals who are working away from home for any reason to deduct all meals, lodging, and other expenses from their taxable income.
References in classic literature ?
'There is one thing to be said of it,' Louisa repeated in her former curious tone; 'it will be getting away from home. Yes.'
I think that, decidedly, he had been too long away from home.
"I don't quite like my children going away from home," said the haggler.
But I was still newly home from Italy, or away from home, when that poem appeared, and whether or not it was because it took me so with the old enchantment of that land, I gave my heart promptly to it.
New Delhi [India], June 18 ( ANI ): The Game of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke has bid farewell to her home away from home.
And, looking at Koeman's wider record away from home as Everton manager doesn't get any better for the Dutchman.
"But you then have to go and score the goals away from home.
"I remember playing in the Championship and I don't think we were taking as many away from home as we are now on a regular basis.
Mills added: "It is about picking points up, backing up four points from the two games before, we've gone and done that, we've got seven out of nine, and we go away from home, we've got three out of the next four away, and we've got to make sure we are better away from home.
Head coach Steve McClaren refused to point the finger of blame at Wijnaldum, insisting the side's goal record away from home is a team issue.
"These girls run away from home because they misunderstand the concept of freedom.
He said: "He's talked stupidly about Hoolahan being able to play at the Aviva but not being able to play away from home.