Tax deductions for laundry workers
Laundry workers sort, clean, fold, iron and package linen, clothing and other items in laundries and dry cleaning establishments.
Average weekly pay: $795
Employment size: 19,900
Future growth: Stable
Skill level High School or Certificate I
Typical tax deductions include:
- Motor vehicle travel between two jobs, picking up supplies, and attending meetings.
- Phone and internet – work %.
- Protective clothing including safety-coloured vests, steel-capped boots, gloves, overalls, aprons, and safety glasses.
- Compulsory work uniform branded with the employers logo.
- Courses, seminars and self-education expenses.
- Computers, tools and equipment.
- Union fees, licences, registrations and subscriptions – includes levies to protect the interest of members and their jobs.
- Overtime meal expenses – if paid an overtime meal allowance under an industrial award or law.
- Technical or professional magazines related to the cleaning job, e.g. Inclean magazine.
- Home office running expenses.
Tax Strategies we can assist you with.
Self education expenses
Computers, tools, equipment and other assets
Compulsory work uniform
Union fees, licences, registrations and subscriptions
Phone and internet
Motor vehicle expenses: cents per km method
Home office running expenses
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