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what's your firm policy on expensing dinner?

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Eat hours not food

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Don't eat

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Pwc1... it’s $15 lol

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@PwC 2 - they actually just changed it to $20 in low CoL and $25 in high CoL... must work over 10 hours either at client site or in office.

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Sweet! I’ve been going over $15 since I started anyway

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Do not get caught abusing and you are good

$20 if you work over 10 hours in the office

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$15 if ur working 11 hours or more

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