Tax Deductables For Flight Attendants – TaxBack

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Tax Deductables For Flight Attendants

Air Crew

If you’re a flight attendant and working in different
countries, then it’s important to know what you can claim back on
tax.

Everyone has to pay tax. But calculating how much you
should pay and to whom you should pay can be complicated for
certain professions, especially those that spend certain times of
the year in a different country outside the UK, such as flight
attendants.

Rather than worry about your residency for tax
purposes, Double Taxation Agreements and whatnots, you should find
out which of your tax deductibles are eligible for a
claim.

Flight Attendant Tax Deductables

  • Meal and travel
  • Work clothing
  • Work equipment
  • Training

General expenses, such as bank fees on any investment
account, donations to registered charities, cost of income
protection or sickness insurance, fees for your tax agent, and the
cost of travelling when seeing your tax agent

Other work expenses, such as annual association
membership fees, work-related mobile or home telephone call bills
and rentals, work-related books magazines and journals cost,
work-related internet connection fees, and the cost of making up
bar or cash shortages

It is important to note that there are rules that
must be satisfied, so you can claim from these tax deductions. For
instance, you can only claim for the cost of buying uniforms
provided that the clothing you bought meet your employer’s
prescribed uniform policy.

It is also very important that you keep receipts and
documents that will support all your work-related purchases. Do the
same for other purchases you made related to your job, even if they
are not included on the list. A tax expert can help you determine
whether a particular acquisition is eligible for a tax
rebate.

Think you may be due a tax refund? Apply here to get
your tax back.



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