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Did you know that work related sun protective clothing, hats and sunglasses are tax deductible in Australia?

On the Australian Tax Office (ATO) website it is outlined that there are a number of tax deductions that can be made in relation to clothing, laundry and dry cleaning expenses specifically related to your occupation.

Solbari sun protection work wearThe ATO stipulates that "You can claim for clothing and footwear that you wear to protect yourself from the risk of illness or injury posed by your income-earning activities or the environment in which you are required to carry them out. To be considered protective, the items must provide a sufficient degree of protection against that risk."

Protective clothing includes: 
sun-protection clothing

For further information, please refer to the ATO website directly: click here

At SOLBARI we provide all of our customers with a GST invoice for your records. This record of purchase could be used later on should you be need to provide written evidence to the ATO.

For the avoidance of doubt, SOLBARI does not provide tax advice and you should consult with your tax advisor directly as to the eligibility of any tax deduction claim.

Thanks for reading,
The SOLBARI Team

This blog post is for information purposes only.






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