Hi all, got a few questions.
It's that time of the year again… well getting there and I'll like to prepare a few things for my first proper tax return. So… I recently left my role where my previous employer paid for 3 of my courses and textbooks (1 course relates to FY19) and as a result I had to pay them back the 3 courses (Paid in FY20). So I was wondering if I'm able to deduct all 3 courses even though 1 of the courses was paid by my previous employer in FY19.
Also, I wanting to confirm regarding the working from home office expenses, can I immediately deduct all items that cost under $300 (doesn't matter how many items, as long as it's under $300), and do I have to apportion the expense?
Finally, I recently purchased a computer used partially for work/study/gaming etc. The invoices are directed towards my brother (same household) since I wanted to use the 28 degree price protection, but the intention was for me to use it. Can I still make a deduction claim on it? Also, is there a list/excel listing the average depreciation rate of assets (computer, chairs, desks etc.)