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If you work as a factory worker, you may be entitled to some tax deductions at the time when you lodge tax return online. Here are some common tax deductions you may be able to claim on your personal tax return:
Meals and Travel
A deduction may be allowable where an overtime meal allowance has been paid and if a factory worker employee who travels for work-related purposes incurs meal costs.
Protective clothing, occupation specific or compulsory uniforms, cost incurred for shoes, socks and stockings might be deductible if these items form an integral part of a compulsory and distinctive uniform. Laundry, repair and maintenance of clothing, uniforms and footwear also can be deductable.
You can claim for the cost of any work-related short training courses, books, stationery, internet connection, telephone calls, tools or equipment and travelling to and from the course.
Work Tools & Equipment
The cost of buying and repairing equipment you use at work or the cost of any materials or supplies that you buy for use at work, can be claimed in your 2016 Online Tax Return.
Union and professional association fees
If you pay the union and professional association fees you can claim a deduction for it. You can also claim a deduction for a levy paid in certain circumstances like to protect the interests of members and their jobs.
You, as a factory worker may be entitled to a deduction for the cost of travel (fares, accommodation, meals and incidentals) incurred when travelling in the course of employment.
We are suggesting you to keep receipts for all expenses that are work related, even if they are not listed above. Therefore, at the time when we prepare your tax return online we can decide whether you are allowed to claim a tax deduction for them or not.