The Boston Bruins’ Meal Expenses Set Precedent for De Minimis Fringe Benefits

The U.S. Tax Court recently held in Jacobs v. Commissioner[1] that the owners of the Boston Bruins, a National Hockey League (NHL) franchise based in Boston, could deduct the full amount of expenses spent on meals for players and all traveling staff at hotels during away games. The limitation on meal and entertainment expenses and…

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The Potential for Graphene in the Agriculture and Food Industries

Graphene is a one-atom-thick carbon material with properties that private sector and university research and development labs around the world are investigating for a wide range of applications. It is a naturally occurring conductor with many unique and advantageous properties. While the material was discovered and not invented, graphene can be applied in many inventive…

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