can't hurt to ask I guess. So the agenda will be a "this year I'm really getting organised" gift for me. The keepall will have to wait until my birthday. The blender though... seriously, I think I can start doing smoothies instead of coffee at business gatherings?I don't think so
Claim the blender too! It was essential for "on the go" eating!
Love your avatar. One of my fav movie. "No no. That wasn't a question". Lol.designerdreamin said:Soooo, would it be a bit rich to try and claim an LV agenda and a Keepall 50 for travel on my taxes if I have my own business? :shame:.
Technically as long as are its used for the purpose of the business in part and you can show justification for it then yes you can claim it. We have an accountant that does our taxes every year and we do freelance work from the home and Parton our space is a home office. New gear iPhone , laptop etc. phone bills. Can be claimed for at least partially if used for the business. You need to keep and show receipts. New luggage for travel might be considered. If you have an accountant I would ask them.designerdreamin said:Soooo, would it be a bit rich to try and claim an LV agenda and a Keepall 50 for travel on my taxes if I have my own business? :shame:.
Oh well now that's a different and clever approach! Thanks.Here's what you do. ( yes I am talking from experience lol).
Buy LV gift cards for your 'clients'. The gift card/certificates are a write off for the business. They could be for any number if reasons. Client appreciation, Xmas, etc.
You then use the gift cards to make your purchase. )