Half Moon: How the Other Half Takes a Tax Break

July 23, 2008 By:Betsy LeTourneau, Five Star Alliance

Half Moon JamaicaIf you are going to have a meeting then you need to think Half Moon, Jamaica. Why? Because article 25, paragraph 7 of the US Tax Code allows for meetings, conventions and seminars to be tax deductible. This includes accommodations, meals, meeting materials, ground and air transportation associated with your meeting, convention or seminar. Half Moon makes the ideal setting for your next meeting, convention or seminar with its 400 acre estate, 2 miles of private white sand beaches, impeccable designed and furnished rooms and suites, 27,000 square foot flex indoor meeting facilities, breathtaking outdoor event venues, state of the art communication technology, full service business centre, well trained creative event planning team with warm hospitable staff to attend to all the details, unrivaled recreations with championship gulf, horseback riding, tennis, water sports, dolphin encounters and more. The luxurious villa living features rooms with en-suite bathrooms, staffed with a personal butler, cook and housekeeper and private pool. So in planning your next rewards meeting, training seminar or society convention why not take advantage of the tax breaks and provide a sought after location for your attendees?

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