No-shows, cancellations, and deductibility for tax purposes


The law allows a business to deduct the expenses that it has incurred towards its business operations against the revenue that it has generated so that it can determine the amount that is subject to tax. On the revenue side of the equation, there are the sales that the business will make, while on the expenses side there are the inputs that the business will purchase in order to carry out its day-to-day operations. The negative impact of COVID-19 has brought to the fore unique scenarios which may not have been contemplated under the current tax rules and the tax authority and taxpayers have found themselves groping for solutions.

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