Working From Home – What to Claim in 2023

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Working From Home – What to Claim in 2023

Hello Chasers,

Despite more people still choosing to work from home, the ATO has moved the ‘goal posts’ regarding what you can claim using the previously simplified shortcut method.

Prior to 1 July 2022, Australian taxpayers who incurred additional expenses as a result of working from home had the choice of three methods to claim these expenses:

  • the shortcut method,
  • the fixed-rate method, or
  • actual expenses.

However, from 1 July 2022, the ATO has abolished the shortcut method and the previous fixed-rate method and replaced them with a revised fixed-rate method.

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