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INCOME TAX ASSESSMENT ACT 1997

CHAPTER 2 - LIABILITY RULES OF GENERAL APPLICATION  

PART 2-5 - RULES ABOUT DEDUCTIBILITY OF PARTICULAR KINDS OF AMOUNTS  

Division 34 - Non-compulsory uniforms    View history reference

Subdivision 34-B - Deduction for your non-compulsory uniform    View history reference

SECTION 34-10  What you can deduct  

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34-10(1)  

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If you are an employee, you can deduct expenditure you incur in respect of your *non-compulsory *uniform if:


(a) you can deduct the expenditure under another provision of this Act; and


(b) the *design of the uniform is registered under this Division when you incur the expenditure.

Note 1:

This Division also applies to individuals who are not employees: see Subdivision 34-A.

Note 2:

Employers apply to register designs of uniforms: see Subdivision 34-C.

34-10(2)  

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You cannot deduct the expenditure under this Act if the *design is not registered at the time you incur the expenditure.

34-10(3)  

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However, this Division does not stop you deducting expenditure you incur in respect of your *occupation specific clothing or *protective clothing.


 



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