Old Feb 25, 07, 7:57 pm
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Originally Posted by Counsellor View Post
So, really, rather than pretending miles don't exist, the IRS has carved out only a "special case" in which miles are not considered taxable.
Fair enough, but since that "special case" is the exact mechanism by which most miles are still awarded, it's a pretty far-reaching decision. (Yes, I know the percentage of miles awarded for BIS travel vs. partners is lower now than six years ago, but it's still the lion's share.)
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