Person using pen, calculator, and laptop to calculate home business tax deductions


Tuesday 21 July 2020

If you are running your business from home, discover how you may be able to claim tax deductions
for your expenses such as electricity, gas, computers, rent and furniture!

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The way you work from home determines which expenses you can claim for deductions. 
Get the information you need in this one-hour tax power session, hosted by Entrepreneurship Facilitator Service
to ensure your EOFY tax return is making the most of your available tax deductions.  

During the session we discuss:

  • Home-based business categories
  • Deduction rules
  • Occupancy and running expenses
  • Motor vehicle deductions
  • Depreciation
  • How much you can claim

Natalie Brookes

Entrepreneurship Facilitator, Richmond - Tweed (Ballina) | My Business

Natalie has a wealth of experience in start-ups having established two of her own and understands the freedom and joy that self-employment brings.

Linden Regina

Small Business Educator | Australian Tax Office

Linden lives and breathes Small Business. She is committed to improving the small business client experience and helping small businesses understand and interact with the tax and super systems more effectively.

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