Updated: Dec 12, 2022
If you give business gifts during your trade or business, you can deduct all or part of the costs subject to the following limitations:
You deduct no more than $25 of the cost of business gifts you give directly or indirectly to each person during your tax year.
If you and your spouse both give gifts to the same person, both of you are treated as one taxpayer.
Incidental costs such as engraving, packing, or shipping aren't included in the $25 limit if they don't add substantial value to the gift.
For purposes of the $25 per person limit, don't consider gifts costing $4.00 or less that have your business name permanently engraved on the item and which you distribute on a regular basis.
Any item that could be considered either a gift or as entertainment is generally considered entertainment and cannot be deducted.
You need to have records that prove the business purpose of the gift as well as the details of the amount spent.
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