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Individual tax return instructions 2013
'Work-related car expenses' and 'work-related travel expenses' are expenses you incur in the course of performing your job as an employee. You claim deductions for them at items D1 and D2.
The deductions include the cost of trips between your home and your workplace if:
Work-related car and travel expenses also include the cost of trips:
If the travel was partly private, you can claim only the work-related part.
You cannot claim normal trips between your home and your workplace, even if:
Complete item D1 Work-related car expenses for work-related expenses for a car you owned, leased or hired under a hire purchase agreement (and the expense is not a travel expense which you show at item D2 Work-related travel expenses).
Complete item D2 for the following work-related car and travel expenses:
If you received an award transport payment that was paid under an industrial law or award in force on 29 October 1986, see Claiming a deduction for car expenses - award transport payments.
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