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Work-related self-education expenses are expenses you incur when you undertake a work-related course to obtain a formal qualification from a school, college, university or other place of education.
The course must have a sufficient connection to your current employment; that is, the course must:
You cannot claim a deduction for self-education expenses for a course that does not have a sufficient connection to your current employment even though it:
You can claim a deduction for self-education expenses if, in doing the course, you are satisfying study requirements to maintain your right to a taxable bonded scholarship. If you are employed by the scholarship provider, normal work-related self-education rules apply.
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