You can deduct the money you spend on uniforms, special attire for your profession, and safety gear, as well as the money you spend on maintaining such items.
If your job requires you to wear a uniform, you can deduct the cost of that uniform’s upkeep, repair, and replacement on your tax return. Costs associated with laundering and pressing uniforms and safety gear are reimbursable.
Whether your personal belongings are included in a load or not determines how much of a deduction you will receive. When a claim is for less than $150, no documentation is required.
Any money you spend on courses for your personal development can be written off as a self-education cost.
Professional membership dues and union dues are tax deductible for nurses. To cite just one example, consider the benefits of ANF membership.
If you are legally allowed to practise, you can deduct the cost of maintaining your practising certificate each year.
Commissions and fees paid to an agency for finding your work might be deducted if the agency was instrumental in your employment.
Expenses linked to seminars, conferences, and other forms of professional development can be deducted from your taxes.
You can only deduct automobile costs if you use your vehicle to commute to and from two or more distinct places of employment, such as two or more offices of the same employer.
As long as your company needs you to use them, you may also deduct the cost of your phone and internet service.
As professional accountants and tax agents, we have many clients who are nurses or work in the medical and health care sector, and we are confident you will be in safe hands with us.