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  1. Nov 16, 2021 · IR-2021-225, November 16, 2021 — The Internal Revenue Service today issued Notice 2021-63 to make clear how the temporary 100% business deduction for food or beverages from restaurants applies to taxpayers properly applying the rules of Revenue Procedure 2019-48 for using per diem rates.

  2. www.gsa.gov › travel › plan-bookPer Diem Rates | GSA

    Sep 30, 2021 · Per Diem Rates. Rates are set by fiscal year, effective October 1 each year. Find current rates in the continental United States ("CONUS Rates") by searching below with city and state (or ZIP code), or by clicking on the map, or use the new per diem tool to calculate trip allowances .

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    301-11.1 - Will I receive per diem if I perform temporary duty (TDY) at or near my permanent duty station and/or my residence?

    1. You will not receive per diem if your temporary duty is within 50 miles of your duty station or your residence, unless the travel conditions are so severe returning to your residence would endanger your health and safety or you are attending a conference. If your travel involves severe conditions or you are attending training or a conference, the official designated by your bureau may approve per diem for duty in excess of 12 hours that is at least 30 miles from both the residence and perm...

    301-11.2 - When does the clock start running for determining whether I traveled 12 hours or more?

    1. The clock starts running when you depart your residence or your permanent duty station, whichever is the later. If you go to your duty station prior to starting a temporary duty trip, your trip time will not start until you depart the permanent duty station.

    301-11.3 - If I don't have to show the beginning and ending travel times, how can you determine the number of hours I was in a travel status?

    1. You must show the starting and ending times for all travel of less than 24 hours.

    301-11.231 - What are camp rates?

    1. Camp rates are per diem rates established by the land management bureaus to cover the travel expenses of employees that must eat and lodge at other than commercial facilities.

    301-11.232 - Who are camp rates applicable to?

    1. All similarly situated travelers at a duty location. Camp rates are established and apply to all personnel utilizing the facilities of the camp.

    301-11.233 - Is the same rate paid at all camps?

    1. No, the rates are set based on the conditions and facilities available at each camp site.

    301-11.301 - If I have approval for actual lodging expenses, is the maximum calculated using the lodging rate or the total maximum locality per diem rate for the locality?

    1. The maximum allowable lodging expense is determined by multiplying the total locality per diem rate (lodging and M&IE) by 3, and subtracting the M&IE rate from the total. Example: Lodging rate $100, M&IE $42, Total locality rate $142. Maximum actual lodging that can be approved or paid is (3 X $142)-$42=$384.

    301-11.302 - If I am authorized actual lodging and meal expenses, do I have to itemize my meals when my lodging expenses equal or exceed the maximum actual expense allowance?

    1. Yes.

    301-11.303 - If I am authorized actual lodging and meal expenses, will my per diem be reduced for the first and last day of travel?

    1. Yes, because the maximum per diem for these days are less. The maximum allowable actual expenses will be less, since actual expenses are based on maximum allowable per diem.

  4. 11. Is there a per diem rate for lodging? There is not a per diem rate for lodging. Return to top 12. Can I pay a combined rate for Lodging, Meals, and Incidental Expenses? A per diem rate can be used for the combined costs of Lodging and M&IE. However, the rates vary depending on location. Use the rate for the area where your employee spends ...

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  5. Oct 29, 2018 · Employers are additionally required to pay overtime to per diem workers who log more than 40 hours in a week, or more than 8 hours in a day. Overtime pay tends to be 1.5x the “regular rate” of pay, which includes all wages and compensation—including per diems for travel—earned during a workweek.

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