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Old 03-09-2008, 07:18 PM
LittleBird
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Red face A little help from any Canadian nurses

I am curious to see if anyone out there might be able to give me a hand with some questions I have about income tax stuff. I just graduated last spring, and am now a fully employed grownup.

Anyways, I have been puttering through my income tax stuff and have a couple of questions. Does anyone know if I can claim what I have spent on uniforms? If so, how much and where? Also, can I claim what I paid to write the registration exam and get fully registered?

I am going to give Revenue Canada a call this week, but thought that I would put the question out to you folks.

Thanks in advance!
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Old 03-14-2008, 01:53 PM
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Cool From one candian nurse to another

Hey there
The tax man up here has a little spot called professional fees/dues etc (line 212 on the form)- I always put in my licensing fee, any courses I took,my union dues, and any other small things(ie uniforms) that are involved with nursing. I don't think that there is a limit of how much you can put in there for uniforms etc because its all a part of your job, as long as your shelling your hard earned money for that you should be able to count it towards your taxes.
Hope this helps!
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Old 03-14-2008, 01:57 PM
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Default South of the border?

Does anyone know if we can do something like that here in the US?

I wouldn't mind writing off my NCLEX and state board registration fees...or my scrubs, for that matter.
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