Tools and equipment
For information about claiming deductions for the decline in value of tools and equipment used for work, see Capital allowances.
You can claim a deduction for the cost of repairing tools and equipment for work.
If the tools or equipment were also used for private purposes, you cannot claim a deduction for that part of the repair cost.
Watches with special characteristics
For information about claiming deductions for the decline in value of watches with special characteristics that you use for work, such as stopwatches, see Capital allowances.
Weight loss expenses
You cannot claim a deduction for this cost as it is a private expense.
This information may not apply to the current year. Check the content carefully to ensure it is applicable to your circumstances.
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