LINE OF BUSINESS LIMITATIONS
An applied Federal income tax rule that aims to bound the benefits that employers give their employees. The tax rule explains if a firm is engaged in multiple lines of businesses and a worker receives a margin of benefit from a line of that company’s business where he or she does not work in, the individual must pay the taxes for the value of that benefit.
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