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26 CFR § 1.274-4

The travel outside the United States away from home, including 2 days for travel en route, exceeded a week and the time devoted to nonbusiness activities was not less than 25 percent of the total time on such travel. The 2 days spent traveling from Chicago to New York and return, and the 6 days spent in New York are disregarded for purposes of

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29 CFR § 785.38

(6 days ago) Time spent by an employee in travel as part of his principal activity, such as travel from job site to job site during the workday, must be counted as hours worked. Where an employee is required to report at a meeting place to receive instructions or to perform other work there, or to pick up and to carry tools, the travel from the designated place to the work place is part of the day's work

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10 U.S. Code § 2641b

(8 days ago) Travel may not be provided under this section to a veteran eligible for travel pursuant to subsection (c)(4) in priority over any member eligible for travel under subsection (c)(1) or any dependent of such a member eligible for travel under this section.

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26 CFR § 5e.274-8

(8 days ago) C receives no additional amounts for travel reimbursement. While in New York City C incurs $350 for 3 nights lodging at a hotel and $150 for meals. In addition to the amounts deductible pursuant to this section, C may deduct the $500 as a travel expenses. Such deduction is subject to the substantiation rules of section 274.

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20 CFR § 10.315

(6 days ago) To determine what is a reasonable distance to travel, OWCP will consider the availability of services, the employee's condition, and the means of transportation. Generally, a roundtrip distance of up to 100 miles is considered a reasonable distance to travel. Travel should be undertaken by the shortest route, and if practical, by public conveyance.

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48 CFR § 952.251-70

(Just Now) (a) The Contractor shall take advantage of travel discounts offered to Federal Contractor employee travelers by AMTRAK, hotels, motels, or car rental companies, when use of such discounts would result in lower overall trip costs and the discounted services are reasonably available. Vendors providing these services may require the Contractor employee to furnish them a letter of identification

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UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK, etc., Appellant

(1 days ago) The United States Department of Transportation, however, has stated that "in some areas (New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco), bridge toll revenues provide significant support for transit capital and/or operating costs, thereby providing transit service improvements which promote decreased dependence on automobile travel." App. 726a-727a.

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NEW JERSEY et al., Appellants, v. NEW YORK, SUSQUEHANNA

(1 days ago) According to appellee, nearly 90% of its passengers travel to and from New York. 3. As recently as 1956, appellee operated 30 passenger trains eastbound and 30 westbound on weekdays and 17 or 18 in each direction on weekends. Because of financial difficulties and continued losses on passenger train operations, appellee has, with the permission

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IN THE MATTER OF JOHN S. TAMAGNI ET AL., APPELLANTS, …

(7 days ago) In Oklahoma Tax Commn. v Jefferson Lines, Inc., the Supreme Court held that the full price of an interstate bus ticket may be taxed in the state where travel originates, despite the fact that the service provided, and taxed, extends into other states (see, id., at 187 192; see also, Colonial Pipeline v Traigler, 421 US 100 [corporation

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5 U.S. Code Subchapter I

(4 days ago) § 5706. Allowable travel expenses § 5706a. Subsistence and travel expenses for threatened law enforcement personnel § 5706b. Interview expenses § 5706c. Reimbursement for taxes incurred on money received for travel expenses § 5707. Regulations and reports § 5707a.

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5 U.S. Code Chapter 57

(1 days ago) Amendments. 2021—Pub. L. 116–283, div.A, title XI, § 1112(b), Jan. 1, 2021, 134 Stat. 3984, which directed amendment of item 5711 in table of sections for subchapter I of chapter 57 by substituting “Authority for telework travel expenses programs” for “Authority for telework travel expenses test programs”, was executed to table of sections for this chapter to reflect the probable

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5 CFR § 551.422

(6 days ago) (a) Time spent traveling shall be considered hours of work if: (1) An employee is required to travel during regular working hours; (2) An employee is required to drive a vehicle or perform other work while traveling; (3) An employee is required to travel as a passenger on a one-day assignment away from the official duty station; or (4) An employee is required to travel as a passenger on an

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26 CFR § 1.274-5A

(8 days ago) Destinations or locality of travel, described by name of city or town or other similar designation; and (iv) Business purpose. Business reason for travel or nature of the business benefit derived or expected to be derived as a result of travel. (3) Entertainment in general. Elements to be proved with respect to an expenditure for entertainment are:

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Interstate Travel U.S. Constitution Annotated US Law

(7 days ago) Because the right to travel is implicated by state distinctions between residents and nonresidents, the relevant constitutional provision is the Privileges and Immunities Clause, Article IV, § 2, cl. 1. 5 Intrastate travel is protected to the extent that the classification fails to meet equal protection standards in some respect. Compare

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28 U.S. Code § 456

(6 days ago) The provision in section 218 of title 28, U.S.C., 1940 ed., requiring the marshal of the Supreme Court to pay the expenses of attending the Judicial Conference of the United States is omitted as covered in part by section 550 [see 571] of this title under which United States marshals pay the travel allowances of circuit, district, and certain

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26 CFR § 1.162-24

(8 days ago) § 1.162-24 Travel expenses of state legislators. (a) In general. For purposes of section 162(a), in the case of any taxpayer who is a state legislator at any time during the taxable year and who makes an election under section 162(h) for the taxable year -

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48 CFR § 752.7002

(8 days ago) Travel costs and allowances will be allowed only for dependents of regular employees and such costs shall be reimbursed for travel from place of abode to assigned station in the Cooperating Country and return, only if dependent remains in the country for at least 9 months or one-half of the required tour of duty of the regular employee

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20 CFR § 416.1498

(8 days ago) (2) When travel is by a privately owned vehicle, reimbursement will be made at the current Federal or State mileage rate specified for that geographic location plus the actual costs of tolls and parking, if travel by a privately owned vehicle is determined appropriate under paragraph (a)(1) …

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11 CFR § 100.93

(6 days ago) (a) Scope and definitions. (1) This section applies to all campaign travelers who use non-commercial travel. (2) Campaign travelers who use commercial travel, such as a commercial airline flight, charter flight, taxi, or an automobile provided by a rental company, are governed by 11 CFR 100.52(a) and (d), not this section. (3) For the purposes of this section:

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8 CFR § 217.5

(4 days ago) (a) Travel authorization required. Each nonimmigrant alien intending to travel by air or sea to the United States under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) must, within the time specified in paragraph (b) of this section, receive a travel authorization, which is a positive determination of eligibility to travel to the United States under the VWP via the Electronic System for Travel Authorization

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UNITED STATES, Appellant, v. Herbert GUEST et al

(3 days ago) Although these cases in fact involved governmental interference with the right of free interstate travel, their reasoning fully supports the conclusion that the constitutional right of interstate travel is a right secured against interference from any source whatever, whether governmental or private.

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10 U.S. Code § 2646

(7 days ago) A contract entered into under this section may provide for credits, discounts, or commissions or other fees to accrue to the Department of Defense.The accrual and amounts of credits, discounts, or commissions or other fees may be determined on the basis of the volume (measured in the number or total amount of transactions or otherwise) of the travel-related sales that are made by the

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26 CFR § 31.3401(a)-4

(2 days ago) If a reimbursement or other expense allowance arrangement providing a per diem or mileage allowance satisfies the requirements of section 62(c) and § 1.62-2, but the allowance is paid at a rate for each day or mile of travel that exceeds the amount of the employee's expenses deemed substantiated for a day or mile of travel, the excess portion

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41 CFR § 301-52.4

(8 days ago) You must provide: (a) Evidence of your necessary travel authorizations including any necessary special authorizations; (b) Receipts for: (1) Any lodging expense; (2) Any other expense costing over $75. If it is impracticable to furnish receipts in any instance as required by this subtitle, the failure to do so must be fully explained on the travel voucher.

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38 CFR § 21.370

(6 days ago) (b) Necessary condition for intraregional travel at government expense. VA may authorize a veteran to travel at government expense within the regional territory of the VA field station of jurisdiction when: (1) VA determines that the travel is necessary in the discharge of the government's obligation to the veteran; and (2) The veteran is instructed to travel for any of the following reasons:

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2 CFR § 200.475

(6 days ago) (a) General. Travel costs are the expenses for transportation, lodging, subsistence, and related items incurred by employees who are in travel status on official business of the non-Federal entity.Such costs may be charged on an actual cost basis, on a per diem or mileage basis in lieu of actual costs incurred, or on a combination of the two, provided the method used is applied to an entire

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38 CFR § 21.4153

(7 days ago) (2) Travel. (i) Reimbursement will be made under the terms of the contract for travel of personnel engaged in activities in connection with the inspection, approval or supervision of educational institutions, including - (A) Travel of personnel attending training sessions sponsored by …

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37 U.S. Code § 481f

(7 days ago) The Secretary concerned may provide round trip travel and transportation allowances to eligible relatives of a member of the uniformed services who dies while on active duty or inactive duty in order that the eligible relatives may attend the burial ceremony of the deceased member at the location determined under subsection (a)(8) of section 1482 of title 10 or attend a memorial service for

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6 U.S. Code § 123

(5 days ago) The strategy shall address efforts to intercept terrorists and foreign fighters and constrain the domestic and international travel of such persons. Consistent with the protection of classified information, the strategy shall be submitted in unclassified form, including, as …

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28 CFR § 36.403

(6 days ago) (a) General. (1) An alteration that affects or could affect the usability of or access to an area of a facility that contains a primary function shall be made so as to ensure that, to the maximum extent feasible, the path of travel to the altered area and the restrooms, telephones, and drinking fountains serving the altered area, are readily accessible to and usable by individuals with

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32 CFR § 534.3

(5 days ago) In lieu of the mileage allowance provided for herein, witnesses who are required to travel between the Territories, possessions, or to and from the continental United States, will be entitled to the actual expenses of travel at the lowest first-class rate available at the time of reservation for passage, by means of transportation employed.

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41 CFR Appendix C to Chapter 301

(5 days ago) Emergency travel also includes travel for medical care while employee is TDY away from the official station (part 301-30), death of an employee/immediate family member when performing official duties away from the official station or home of record (part 303-70), medical attendant transportation (part 301-30), assistance travel for an employee

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29 CFR § 790.5

(5 days ago) Under the law as changed by the Portal Act, if there is a contract between the employer and the miners calling for payment for all or a part of this travel, or if there is a custom or practice to the same effect of the kind described in section 4, the employer is still required to count as hours worked, for purposes of the Fair Labor Standards

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26 CFR § 1.513-7

(7 days ago) The travel tours made available to O's members do not contribute importantly to the accomplishment of O's educational purpose. Rather, O's program is designed to generate revenues for O by regularly offering its members travel services. Accordingly, O's tour program is an unrelated trade or business within the meaning of section 513(a).

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37 U.S. Code § 478a

(7 days ago) The Secretary concerned may reimburse an eligible member of the Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve for travel expenses for travel to an inactive duty training location to perform inactive duty training when the member is required to commute a distance from the member’s permanent residence to the inactive duty training location that is outside the normal commuting distance (as …

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32 CFR § 705.36

(6 days ago) (7) Travel in ships of the Military Sealift Command. Correspondents may be carried in ships of the Military Sealift Command on either a space-required or space-available basis when travel is in the best interests of the Navy or the Department of Defense. (i) Space-available travel will be used when practicable. A nominal charge is made by the

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22 CFR § 62.32

(5 days ago) (a) Introduction. The regulations in this section (in combination with any other provisions of 22 CFR part 62, as applicable) govern participation in Summer Work Travel programs conducted by Department of State-designated sponsors pursuant to the authority granted the Department of State under Public Law 105-277. (b) Purpose. The purpose of this program is to provide foreign college and

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8 CFR § 210.4

(4 days ago) An alien whose status is adjusted to that of a lawful temporary resident under section 210 of the Act has the right to reside in the United States, to travel abroad (including commuting from a residence abroad), and to accept employment in the United States in the same manner as aliens lawfully admitted to permanent residence. (c) Ineligibility

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41 CFR § 301-10.135

(Just Now) You are required by 49 U.S.C. 40118, commonly referred to as the “Fly America Act,” to use U.S. flag air carrier service for all air travel funded by the U.S. Government, except as provided in §§ 301-10.136 and 301-10.137 or when one of the following exceptions applies: (a) Use of a foreign air carrier is determined to be a matter of necessity in accordance with § 301-10.138; or

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41 CFR Part 301-10

(1 days ago) 41 CFR Part 301-10 - TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES. CFR. prev | next. Subpart A - General (§§ 301-10.1 - 301-10.8) Subpart B - Common Carrier Transportation (§§ 301-10.100 - 301-10.190) Subpart C - Government Vehicle (§§ 301-10.200 - 301-10.266) Subpart D - Privately Owned Vehicle (POV) (§§ 301-10.300 - 301-10.310) Subpart E - Special

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41 CFR § 300-3.1

(7 days ago) E-Gov Travel Service (ETS) - The Government-contracted, end-to-end travel management service that automates and consolidates the Federal travel process in a self-service Web-centric environment, covering all aspects of official travel, including travel planning, authorization, reservations, ticketing, expense reimbursement, and travel management reporting.

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48 CFR Appendix D to Chapter 7

(3 days ago) Travel costs and allowances will be allowed for authorized dependents of the contractor and such costs shall be reimbursed for travel from place of abode to assigned station in the Cooperating Country and returned, only if the dependent remains in the Cooperating Country for at least 9 months or one-half of the required tour of duty of the

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41 CFR § 301-10.420

(Just Now) (a) When authorized and approved by your agency, your transportation expenses in the performance of official travel are reimbursable for the usual fare plus tip for use of a taxi, TNC, innovative mobility technology company, shuttle service or other courtesy transportation (if charges result), in the following manner: (1) At your official station. (i) From your residence or other authorized

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5 CFR § 550.1403

(7 days ago) Time spent traveling in connection with union activities is excluded. Travel status means travel time as described in § 550.1404 that is creditable in accruing compensatory time off for travel under this subpart, excluding travel time that is otherwise compensable under other legal authority. [ 70 FR 3856, Jan. 27, 2005, as amended at 72 FR

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32 CFR § 719.138

(7 days ago) Payment for return travel will be made upon the basis of the actual fees and mileage allowed for travel to the court, or place designated for taking a deposition. (f) Computation. Travel expenses shall be determined on the basis of the shortest usually traveled route in accordance with official schedules.

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38 CFR § 70.30

(5 days ago) (a) Subject to the other provisions of this section and subject to the deductibles required under § 70.31, VA will pay the following for beneficiary travel by an eligible beneficiary when travel expenses are actually incurred: (1) The per mile rate established by the Secretary for the period of travel for use of privately owned vehicle or the actual cost for use of the most economical common

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