M&IE

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M&IE

Meals and Incidental Expenses. The allowable reimbursement the federal government gives to employees who travel on business. The M&IE one receives is determined by a table, which details permitted expenses based on where one is traveling and other factors.
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MEALS AND INCIDENTAL expenses while away from home on business, especially those related to attending a trade show or convention are legitimate tax deductions - either the actual amounts spent or the standard meal and incidentals expense rate provided by the government.
Revenue procedure 96-64 says 40% of a per diem paid for lodging, meals and incidental expenses is treated as having been paid for food and beverages when the amount is less than the federal rate.
94-77, 96-28 and 96-64) treats the per-diem allowances as being paid only for meals and incidental expenses (M&IE).