Yep, if you’ve purchased a handbag which you use for work-purposes, dig out that receipt and make sure you include it in your tax expenses when lodging your tax return. Or if you have some retail shopping urges, you’ve got just a few more precious days to consider whether a you ‘need’ (that was a trick, its most likely a want)to upgrade your current handbag.
“If a handbag is bought for mainly or wholly for work,is used to carry work-related items and is an essential part of a person’s ability to earn an income, then a claim can be made.”
AUSTRALIAN TAXATION OFFICE
You can claim up to $300 on your handbag purchase.
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