Convention Expenses

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DEFINITION of 'Convention Expenses'

Any travel expenses incurred while at a business convention. These expenses are tax-deductible if they are business or work-related.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Convention Expenses'

Travel expenses may include food, lodgings, convention materials, gas, car rentals and more.

Most companies require their employees to keep a log of their purchases and provide the company with receipts for anything they want a reimbursement for.

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