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We have a number of candidates we have been flying in town ...

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We have a number of candidates we have been flying in town to interview for a job opening. Some of the expenses exceed $600 - would this be reportable on a 1099? What if we end of hiring the candidate?
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Bill replied 8 years ago.

Interview expenses that are paid for candidates are not considered taxable income and do not need to be reported on a 1099. See the IRS links below:

See interview expense allowances on page 43 -

See page 31 -



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