tax credit? I think
I'd assume, based on last year's setup, 30% apportioned by the number of days working from home.So 30% of the ~10% apportioned to working from home (i.e. not worth the effort to claim unless you can make a good case for a higher apportionment) or 30% of total bill?
That's before the proposals to allow 30% for heating. It was 10% until now.Thanks, still works out to be practically nothing in their [broken link removed]. Surely the cost of implementing and claiming this is more than it's worth.
That would be right I'm actually doing last years and I can't believe she was here that long.....surly an additional relief should be given to spouses.
My exact thoughts herself was doing double that for weeks and has over 52 days holidays accrued, that the company has made an exception on her taking them due to obvious reasons.I love the way these things are so clearly designed by public servants…
“only the days you work, so 5/7 x 365 less holidays”