Butcher Tax Deductions

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Car Expenses

You can claim for your car if:

You need to run errands for your boss e.g. pick up stock, make deliveries or travel between stores

You drive to your second job directly from your main job

 

Uniforms & Protective Clothing

You may be able to claim purchase and laundry costs for

Uniforms (that have a logo of who you work for)

Protective clothing e.g. steel cap boots

Protective equipment e.g. aprons

 

Other common deductions

Tools and equipment e.g. Butchers knives

Repairs to tools and equipment e.g. knife sharpening

Self-education costs such as doing an apprenticeship

Mobile phone calls

Union fees

Overtime meals

Stationery

Income protection insurance (as long as your super fund doesn’t pay for it)

Donations

Tax agent fees

 

These expenses CANNOT be claimed

Drivers licence or car expenses so you can travel to work carrying knives

Child-care fees while you are at work

Equipment you buy so you can use at home or for private purposes

Normal everyday clothes you buy for work

Glasses or contacts to help you see better

Lunch

Courses or training that is not related to your job

 
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