Give and take – what locum GPs can claim for tax

6th January 2017 by Liz Densley

Give and take – what locum GPs can claim for tax

It is not easy to decide what is and what isn’t claimable for tax purposes. The tables set out below give an indication, it is not exhaustive and there are always exceptions, so please take professional advice for material amounts. Also, the rules change with case law, as well as with specific statute changes.

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