Sep 6, 2009

IRS asked to repeal cell phone tax. LOL!!!

In 1989, when cell phones were expensive and considered a luxury perk for select employees, Congress passed a law requiring the value of employer-issued cell phones to be included in a workers’ gross income--unless employees kept detailed records showing the phone was used solely for work purposes. The process was intended to prevent employees from using work cell phones for personal calls and then writing them off as a work-related tax deduction...READ MORE


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