Bartenders love their work, but that's not to say they shouldn't make the most from their skillful trade! Check out some common tax deductions for bartenders and get the most out of your tax today!
Tools and development tax deductions for bartenders
- Work related clothing is deductible if you need to purchase a company uniform or do your own laundry. Unfortunately the plain black trousers and white shirt that your boss makes you wear is not tax deductible as the ATO thinks you may want to wear that outside of work!
- Courses and education for work are tax deductible, even if you are not a trainee. This includes your RSA, if you have to pay for it.
- Tools of the trade are tax deductible, though generally the purchase of alcohol still hasn't made it to that list!
Other tax deductions for bartenders
- Donations: If, like many, you have helped people all year round, a little payback is due! Donations over $2 to a registered charity organisation are tax deductible!
- Accounting fees are all tax deductible - including getting your tax return with GYTBO! In fact, if you visit us onsite, you can claim the travel incurred to come and see us!
- Also remember that private health insurance and income protection insurance are all tax deductible.
Maximise your tax refund with GYTBO
The team at GYTBO are confident in helping you get the largest tax return possible, giving you the most for your hard work. There's nothing to lose when lodging your tax through GYTBO. Sign up today and your tax could be on it's way in under 15 minutes!