Nurses are there for more than just dressing a wound or giving someone their needles. They are the backbone of the medical industry, they are the decision-makers, most of the time they’re at the forefront and need to determine quickly the best course of action, provide full care, and be the communicators for their patients.
When it comes to requiring work-related items, they usually need to pay for it themselves. Luckily for them, they can claim these expenses back as a deduction on their tax returns.
Popular deductions Nurses can claim:
Tax deductions for Uniforms –
The purchase, hire, mending, and cleaning costs of their uniforms that are unique to their job, and their boss requires them to wear it.
Tax deductions for Protective Clothing –
Non-slip nurse shoes, Anti-static Theatre Shoes, or Support Stockings.
Tax deductions for Self-Education –
Any Courses or Workshops directly relating to their current job.
Tax deductions for Phone and Internet –
Work-related calls, Texts, and Internet costs that were required to be made from their personal phone or device.
Tax deductions for Other expenses
Directly relating to their job, e.g. FOB Watches, Stethoscopes, Stationery, Certificate Fees, Annual Practising Fees, etc.
Our biggest goal at Gotax online is to try to make everything as simple and easy as possible, you will find examples of the things you may be able to claim at the work-related expenses page on your etax return.
If you are unsure whether you can claim something, don’t stress! Give us a call and one of our fully qualified tax accountants can help you out via live chat support, phone, or email.
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Note that the information provided is general in nature and subject to change, please contact one of our professionals who can evaluate your circumstances and provide more accurate advice to your current situation.
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