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Employer’s Guide to Fringe Benefit Rules

Employer’s Guide to Fringe Benefit Rules

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Employer’s Guide to Fringe Benefit Rules


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The Employer’s Guide to Fringe Benefit Rules is the ONLY source that answers all your tax questions on fringe benefits. Employers will benefit from detailed explanations on how to meet complicated tax code requirements and federal fringe benefit regulations.

With Employer’s Guide to Fringe Benefit Rules, you can:

  • Minimize the chance of an audit and protect your organization from scrutiny.
  • Successfully handle an audit and limit its impact.
  • Understanding the Fringe Benefit Rules, which is clearly explained by the leading authorities in employment law.
  • Save money by having ONE comprehensive resource written by specialists.
  • Save time by using the forms, charts, sample notices and checklists provided in the manual.
  • Keep ahead of the game with our quarterly updates of new analysis pages, practice tools, and newsletters.
  • Call the editor with unanswered questions — a special resource for subscribers.



Major Topics Covered

  • Qualified Employee Discounts
  • No-Additional-Cost Services
  • Working Condition Fringes
  • De Minimis Fringes
  • Qualified Transportation Fringes
  • Travel and Entertainment Expenses
  • Company Cars
  • Flights on Company Aircraft
  • Moving and Relocation Expenses
  • IRS Audits



Format and Frequency

  • One volume Manual
  • Quarterly Updates


About Your Print Subscription

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Authors and Editors

David R. Fuller is a partner in the Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Practice at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius. Mr. Fuller focuses on tax planning and tax controversy matters involving employment taxes, fringe benefits, and contingent workforces. He is a recognized authority on matters involving payroll taxes, including worker classification, Section 530 relief, Section 3121(v), Social Security taxes, independent contractors, income tax withholding, supplemental unemployment compensation benefit plans, employee outsourcing, and information reporting. Mr. Fuller also has a background in qualified transportation fringes, executive fringe benefits, working condition fringes, employer-provided jet aircraft and automobiles, no additional cost fringes, meals/lodging, accountable plans, and income minimization techniques. He is a frequent seminar speaker and writer on issues involving fringe benefits, employment taxes and the contingent workforce. Mr. Fuller is contributing editor of Thompson’s Employer's Guide to Fringe Benefit Rules.

Vicki M. Nielsen is Shareholder in the employee benefits and executive compensation practice of Ogletree Deakins’ Washington, D.C. office. She has worked extensively in the areas of executive compensation arrangements, equity compensation and benefits provided to employees and independent contractors outside of qualified retirement plans. Ms. Nielsen advises clients regarding fringe benefit plans, severance plans, supplemental unemployment compensation benefit plans, worker classification, employment taxes and related reporting and withholding requirements and tax minimization strategies. Ms. Nielsen is contributing editor of Thompson’s Employer's Guide to Fringe Benefit Rules.


Editorial Advisory Board for the Employer's Guide to Fringe Benefit Rules

Anne G. Batter, Esq.
Baker & McKenzie LLP
Washington, D.C.

Preston Burch, Esq.
Shareholder, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
Columbia, S.C.

David P. DeYoe, Esq.
McDermott Will & Emery LLC
Chicago, Ill.

Marianna G. Dyson, Esq.
Miller & Chevalier Chartered
Washington, D.C.

David R. Fuller, Esq.
Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP
Washington, D.C.

Susan Nash, Esq.
McDermott Will & Emery
Chicago, Ill.