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How to Use Pre-Tax Commuter Dollars on Uber Rides

Regular readers of the blog know that at the beginning of 2016 employees were allowed to exclude up to $255/month in transit expenses from their taxable income which is up from $130/month in 2015. Since a monthly unlimited ride MetroCard costs $116.50 in NYC, many readers struggled finding a way to spend the extra funds. […] The post How to Use Pre-Tax Commuter Dollars on Uber Rides appeared first on The Biglaw Investor.
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