Since you're not a "tax lawyer", what are you basing your opinion on? Bitterness? Envy? As easy as that sometimes is, it does not reveal the truth. IRS rules stipulate that the cost/value of the personal use of business aircraft by employees must be added to said employee's income. It is normally added as some sort of imputed income and then taxed. So if the flew a 400 for 3 hours at the company's cost of $2k per hour, then BT owes taxes on $6k of imputed income.I am not a tax lawyer but I doubt he paid for it. The cost of utilizing a private plane is above his pay grade.
I would have a mysterious case of explosive diarrhea, if I was assigned that trip.
you think you're worth that?......lol
you gotta lot to learn about aviation......then you can be flamed. -this doesn't make any sense if you were responding to my post. ??
I've asked this before and it was ignored, but I would love to hear somebody try and make up an intellegent answer :Actually, it would have been around $3500, depending on legs and miles and pax variables...
This is the formula...
Passengers x ((300% x .2312 x miles) + 42.26)
4 x ((3 x .2312 x 400) + 42.26)
1 hr flight in a beechjet with wife and 2 kids = $1280