Can Nurses claim Self Education as a Tax Deduction?

Nursing Education Tax Deduction

Self-education expenses are expenses related to a prescribed course of education provided by a school, college, university or other place of education.

Nurses are eligible to claim self-education expenses if you can show that the study has a sufficient connection to your current employment; that is, the study: 

  • maintains or improves the specific skills or knowledge you require in your current employment
  • results in, or is likely to result in, an increase in your income from your employment.
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Why buy when you can build your home

Dream home

Everyone dreams of having the perfect home.  One where you don’t have to renovate, to get close to what you really wanted in the first place.

Increasingly, people are looking to build or buy off the plan in order to get a home that is brand new and requires no work. This is especially so for working couples who simply do not have the time, skills or knowledge to renovate a home that may well need more than a coat of paint.

 

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7 Health Career Mistakes

nursing cartoon

 

Don’t make these 7 career mistakes.  It is important to look at health career decisions that may derail your ambitions. Making decisions in your control around your health career planning and career management requires setting some time aside to look at decisions you make that may have longer term impact, and what you can do about them.

 

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Can I claim Phone costs as a Tax deduction?

nurse on phone

Eligible tax deductions for nurses, midwives and direct carers include phone expenses.

You can claim a deduction for the cost of work-related phone calls and internet usage if your employer needs you to use your personal devices for work.

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Your Life Talks

Your life talks

Why we created Your Life Talks

I’d like to provide you with a little more background information as to why we created Your Life Talks and our two sets of conversation starter cards Your Life Story and Your Life Wishes.

From the very start, our aim was to provide families with an easier, more ‘non-confrontational’ way of having those sometimes ‘difficult’ conversations about their end of live wishes & plans. For example - have they made a Will, Power of Attorney or an Advance Healthcare Directive?

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