the value of meals and lodging provided by the employer are

$11.00

Description

All of the following independent cases of the value of meals and lodging provided by the employer are excluded from the taxpayer’s income except:

1.

A police officer receives a cash allowance to pay for meals while on duty.

2.

A bank teller is furnished meals on the premises to limit the time she is away during busy hours.

3.

A worker receives lodging at a remote construction site in Alaska.

4.

A waiter is required to eat lunch, furnished by his employer, on the premixes during a busy lunch hour.

5.

A hospital provides a free luncheon for its staff; the staff is not required to eat there, but the hospital’s administration wants to encourage the employees to be on the premises for emergencies.

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