- Textbooks you purchase to keep yourself up to date
- Cost of seats or chairs used for tuitions
- Advertising or cost of pamphlets
- Photocopying or printing costs
- Commuting to take tuitions
- membership fees to educational institutions or organizations relevant to the field
- Any other expenses which is directly related to tutoring work. If partially used for personal purposes allocate a fair % to tutoring work.
So from your Gross Income from Tutoring you can reduce the Expenses which are listed above and this will give you your Net Income.
This is the income you’ll offer to tax. This is the income of your Freelancing work of tuitions.
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Wait until our next post to understand how much tax you need to pay and how to claim deductions and save tax. Write to us firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions! See you soon!