USA Business Guest Expense


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We have a sister-company overseas and an employee from that company comes onshore for a client visit for a few days.
I understand it's a business expense incurred to my company, but do I record his food/lodging expenses as 'Entertainment Expense' or is it considered a Consultant Fee under 'Professional Fees'?
Experts, please help resolve my doubt.

Thanks in advance!
 
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kirby

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Employee is from a sister company. Use the same coding as if it was an employee from your company. So that's probably "entertainment". (Hey "Consulting" could be possible if employee was evaluating the quality of the food! :))
 
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