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Re: Expense paid by gift card

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Hi,

Just wondering whether we can claim expenses that we paid with a gift card instead of cash or our bank card?

Thanks

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Hi @TH19,

 

If you meet the criteria to claim an expense as a work related deduction it doesn't matter exactly how you paid for the item but that it directly relates to you earning your income.

 

You can find general information about deduction you can claim and records you need to keep on our website.

 

All the best,
Dejan

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Former Community Support

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Hi @TH19,

 

If you meet the criteria to claim an expense as a work related deduction it doesn't matter exactly how you paid for the item but that it directly relates to you earning your income.

 

You can find general information about deduction you can claim and records you need to keep on our website.

 

All the best,
Dejan