Dear Tax man, kind exalted one; please excuse this slight intrusion,
I know your busy counting wads from others wealth profusion.
First let me say thanks! for great website and helpful online forms,
Your endless lists of what can’t be claimed keep us usefully within norms.
I’ve hit a snag am sure was error /oversight and not deliberate making;
Asked accountant George, who’s puzzled too, as set his head a shaking.
It’s not the boxes I see that are a problem, as they are really of clear help;
To the Supplementary section question I put “Yes, I supplement with Kelp”.
New ‘Edna Everage’ specs in “other work expenses” bit, and claims for slip-slap-slops
were certainly for protection as I am always outside Lots.
No extravagant items from me; am more Gum-Boot wearer than Jimmy Choo’s
But just in case, please be so kind , which box for expensive claims for shoes?
*Mindful …..that attention to detail both takes time and saves time…….Learned that the shoe-box filing system has its limitations; or maybe I need more boxes?……that’s it!…more shopping 🙂
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Ah you’re a brave woman Izzi!
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Ah, you see a wee audit in my future perhaps? 🙂
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