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80¢-an-hour WFH shortcut ends in July

People who work from home will need more detailed records to claim expenses after the shortcut method ends in July and tax agents should start telling clients, said the IPA.

80¢-an-hour WFH shortcut ends in July
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The general manager of technical policy at the IPA, Tony Greco, said the shortcut method of claiming WFH expenses was one of the few remaining ATO COVID support measures and greatly reduced the administration required when compared to alternative methods.
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