What can I claim as a Tax Deduction

As a nurse it's often confusing knowing what you can and cannot claim as a tax deduction.  The amazing team at YOUTax have provided us with information to help you get it right.  

Tax Deductions for nurses, midwives and direct carers can include:

  • Car expenses
  • Travel expenses
  • Clothing expenses
  • Self-education expenses
  • Meal expenses
  • Phone expenses

There are also those 'other expenses' that you may not have considered.

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Preparation is KEY to buying your first home

There are a number of things you can do, in preparation of securing your Home Loan Approval.  

  1. Conduct your own Credit Check, on yourself.
  2. Consolidate and organise existing debt.
  3. Organise your finances, prepare a budget.
  4. Stay on top of your financial obligations and reduce credit card debt.
  5. Organise and prepare your paperwork, such as tax returns and bank statements.
  6. Show stability in your life - spending habits, workplace, address etc.
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Can I claim laundry and dry cleaning as a tax deduction?   

As a nurse it's often confusing knowing what you can and cannot claim as a tax deduction.  The amazing team at YOUTax have provided us with information to help you get it right. 

You can claim a deduction for the cost of laundering and dry-cleaning eligible work clothes, including:

  • compulsory uniforms
  • single items of compulsory clothing
  • non-compulsory uniforms or corporate wardrobe
  • protective clothing.
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Can I claim my car as a tax deduction?   

car expenses

As a nurse it's often confusing knowing what you can and cannot claim as a tax deduction.  The amazing team at YOUTax have provided us with information to help you get it right. 

Car Expenses 

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Is it worth having a Home Loan Health Check?

Magick Finance logoABSOLUTELY! Having a specialist do a Home Loan Health Check can take the stress out of the process for you.

Ask yourself:

Am I paying a higher than average interest rate?

·  Am I happy with the Service I receive?

·  Am I paying for features I don’t use?

What fees am I paying?

· Does my loan give me the features I need?

· Have my financial circumstances changed?

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