Taxation Ruling

TR 96/17W

Income tax: work-related expenses: deductibility of expenses on rehydrating moisturiser and rehydrating hair conditioner

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FOI status:

may be released

Notice of Withdrawal

Taxation Ruling TR 96/17 is withdrawn with effect from today.

Taxation Ruling TR 96/17 sets out the Taxation Office's views on the deductibility of expenses incurred in respect of rehydrating moisturiser and rehydrating hair conditioner, following the decision of the Federal Court of Australia in Mansfield v. FC of T 96 ATC 4001; (1995) 31 ATR 367.

TR 96/17 has been incorporated into Draft Taxation Ruling TR 2003/D4, which issues today. TR 2003/D4 consolidates into the one taxation ruling the various taxation rulings and determinations previously issued in relation to the deductibility of items used for protection against illness or injury in the course of earning assessable income.

Commissioner of Taxation
11 June 2003

References

ATO references:
NO 2002/011971

ISSN: 1039-0731

Related Rulings/Determinations:

TR 2003/D4

TR 96/17W history
  Date: Version: Change:
  29 May 1996 Original ruling  
  4 August 1999 Consolidated ruling Addendum
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