- Work entirely from home — either self-employed or as a home-based employee — you can claim the “occupancy cost” of your home office space. These expenses can include: computer hardware, software, furniture, lighting, heating/cooling costs as well as a portion of your rent/mortgage and electricity.
- Only sometimes work from home — for instance, checking and responding to work emails in the evening or on the weekend — you may be able to claim the cost of using your personal computer as a percentage of the total household use.
- Use your personal mobile phone for work — to make or receive calls from clients or other staff members — you can claim these as a deduction.
- Connect to your home internet to deal with work-related matters, such as responding to work emails, you can also claim a proportion of those costs.
- Textbooks and professional/trade journals
- Stationery and photocopying
- Student services fees
- Travel, accommodation and meals
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