Managing expenses for GP locums and salaried GPs

14th January 2024 by Liz Densley and Tori Ferguson, Honey Barrett

Managing expenses for GP locums and salaried GPs

Which expenses paid by the individual (not the employer) are tax deductible? Liz Densley and Tori Ferguson explain.

The main rule is that an expenses must be wholly and exclusively for the purposes of the work.

For employees it must also be necessarily in the performance of the duties of the employment so not to put in a position for carry out the employment, but as part of the actual duties.

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