Staking a claim

Mills, Anthony
September 2009
Nursing Standard;9/9/2009, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p64
Trade Publication
The article discusses how nurses in Great Britain are eligible for tax reliefs, but are not claiming reliefs due to lack of knowledge and the cost of advice. The article states that Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs allows a tax relief for expenses pertaining to the purposes of business. The author reports nurses can claim tax relief on items such as business related mileage to a temporary location, the purchase or laundering of uniforms and the costs of professional publications.


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