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As long as its deemed to be business mileage and you are out of pocket for it then you you can claim this from HMRC against income
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If you have no base from which you work - which I imagine is your home address ( as you are not just affiliated with one funeral home and possibly visit different crematoriums within your duties) then both are allowable and any other journeys you make
Its on a pence per mile basis so 45p for the first 10000 miles and 25p a mile thereafter so keep a record of miles undertaken
No That's not what I aid this is just relevant to the Civil Celebrant role and deemed business mileage - your PAYE role is travel to and from work so not business mileage
Sorry for the confusion I meant with respect to the Civil Celebrant role !
Why do you have stationary or postage arising ?Thanks
Then yes of course all allowable - but do you not get an allowance for both mileage and incidental costs like this ?Thanks
Because tax free payments are often paid in these roles so that would need deducting from the amount claimed
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