Deductions for Tradesman

deductions for tradesman

 

Are you a plumber, handyman, bricklayer or electrician?

 

Do you work as a tradesman?

 

If you answered Yes to one of the above, then you must read this.

 

As a Trades person you are entitled to lot of deductions that you may not be aware of.

 

You can claim deduction for following work related deductions –

 

  • Clothing – branded uniform, protective uniform such as overalls, safety shoes and safety glasses.
  • Tools and equipment – includes purchase, leasing, hiring and maintaining tools used for work.
  • Cost of laundering work related clothing.
  • Sunscreen and sunglasses if work is done outside
  • Car expenses – if car used for travel to work sites. There are 2 methods for claiming work related car expenses – Log Book Method and Cents per kilometre method. Depending on the method you choose, you can claim running expenses such as fuel, rego, insurance, repairs, service, tyres and car wash.
  • Travel expenses – this includes parking, toll.
  • Training courses, licenses and certifications for upskilling.
  • Home office expenses.
  • Union Fees

 

Note –

  1. Maintain receipts to claim deductions.
  2. Don’t claim if you expenses were reimbursed.

 

Contact Expert Tax on 0449 952 855 for further assistance or please send us your query via our website – www.expert-tax.com.au

 

You can also email us your query at info@expert-tax.com.au, we will endeavour to reply to your query as soon as possible.