Ironically, I work for a government department and we've been told to work from home for the foreseeable. When I raised about claiming this, I was told I couldn't because I'm not a "designated homeworker" and that I could potentially get into trouble if I did! Think I'll probably put it on my tax return anyway, as can't see how I can get into trouble when I've been told I must work from home?!
When I was self-employed with a home office I was advised by my accountant to claim a flat rate of £20 per week, which iI dud for 25 years without any challenge by HMRC, this equates to £4 per week, which is greater than MSE advice, but less than from an employer, there doesn't appear to be any logic. I've advised my daughter to claim £30 pw which equates to the £6 as she also has to supply her own computer and 2 monitors.
can anyone answer this? I received a small amount of child tax credits - if I apply for this will this effect my child tax credit payments?
can anyone answer this? I received a small amount of child tax credits - if I apply for this will this effect my child tax credit payments?many thanks!
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