Director and subsistence
Company has a short term contract with a customer and the company director works on site providing consultancy services.
During the contract the director used the company debit card to pay for coffee and lunches at the on site coffee shop. The question is will these be tax decutible as far as the company is concerned as general subsistence?
Any other issues/thoughts?
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