Carolyn Dolci discusses professional services firms and deductible meals and entertainment under the new tax cuts and tax reform.

What You Need to Know Now About Meals and Entertainment Expenses


In this segment, Carolyn Dolci—partner and leader in EisnerAmper’s Law Firm Services Group—discusses what you need to know about expensing meals and entertainment under the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.


Dave Plaskow: Hello and welcome to EisnerAmper’s professional services podcast series, where we try to dig a little deeper into those topics that matter most to you following the Tax Cuts and Jobs Acts of 2017, aka Tax Reform. In this episode we’re covering what professional services firms need to do now related to meals and entertainment. I’m Dave Plaskow and with me today is Caroline Dolci, Tax Partner and a leader in EisnerAmper’s Professional Services Group. Caroline, welcome and thanks for being here.

Carolyn Dolci: Thanks Dave, happy to be here.

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Carolyn Dolci, CPA is a Tax Partner providing tax planning, compliance and advisory services with experience in corporate income tax, consolidated filings, partnerships, multi-state and local taxes and trusts.

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