Commissioner v. Stidger,
386 U.S. 287 (1967)

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Commissioner v. Stidger, 386 U.S. 287 (1967)

Commissioner of Internal Revenue v. Stidger

No. 173

Argued January 16, 1967

Decided March 20, 1967

386 U.S. 287


Expenditures for meals by a military officer stationed at a permanent duty post to which his dependents were prohibited from accompanying him held not to constitute deductible "traveling expenses . . . [incurred] while away from home" within the meaning of § 62(a)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954. A military taxpayer's permanent duty post is his "home" within the meaning of the statute. Pp. 386 U. S. 289-296.

355 F.2d 294, reversed.

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