7 June 202012:51 PM - edited 7 June 202012:54 PM
34, male, permanently fully employed (5+years in same role - 10+ years public servant).
I rent my unit off a family member on the agreement of $480 pw made up of $400 payment and $80 inkind recognition as an onsite manager.
I don't know if they treat that as $80 pw or if they view the situation as simply $400 pw rent. This is simply how we came up with the $400 number nearly a decade ago.
For most of the last ten years I have rented out two of the other rooms (three room apartment).
I was sent to "work from home" at the start of the CoVID-19 situation. I am aware of how to deal with electricity - etc.
One of my two housemates has just left.
I will still be working from home one, two or three days per week.
Where do I stand if I make the third room - which normally provides $165.00 pw - a dedicated one, two or three day per week work study?
Essentially - If I have a dedicated work room, for just one, two, three days - can I claim the lost $165? Or do I claim the lost $165 divided by the days I work from home? (my work from home days are set to fluctuate).