Per diem is normally not reported as income and you may not deduct the expenses for which the per diem reimbursed you.
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No. This assumes that your company had an accountable plan.
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No, with an accountable plan you do not have to claim the per diem amount received. You also cannot deduct any expenses associated with this.
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