Travel (remember that?) allowances refresher — and some common mistakes

The idea of making allowances to cover the cost of necessary travel by employees is not a new area of tax, but it had become significant — before the restrictions imposed by the pandemic. Businesses had been increasingly moving staff around to achieve expansion and build greater ties across greater distances, and one assumes (after

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Travel allowances (and retaining the exception to substantiate)

A travel allowance is a payment made to employees to cover accommodation, food, drink or incidental expenses they incur when they travel away from their home overnight or longer in the course of their duties. In most circumstances, when claiming other deductions, your clients will be expected to be able to substantiate the expense being

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