Part A - Individual Income Tax
2a) I am a level 2 Bartender who works 36 hours a week part time I am currently earning an income of $17.98 (per hour) I am working 36 hours a week.
My current weekly income is $647.15 per week.
b) My annual Gross income is my weekly income X 52 (52 weeks per year) = $647.15 X 52 = $33651.8 my annual Gross income is $33,651.8
Work related travel expenses to and from work/venue
And if I am required to drive to bottle shop to pick up supplies if the do not get delivered.
To do this this I would be using my own car/fuel, which I pay for, I would be able to claim it back from tax as a work related travel expense.
Cents Per KM
1, 600cc or less (1.6 litre of less)
800cc or less
1, 601 to 2, 600cc (Over 1.6 and up to 2.5 litre)
801 - 1, 300cc
2, 601cc and over (Over 2.6 litre)
1, 301cc and over
Distance travelled for buying supplies = 20km
Cents per KM travelled= 75 cents
Money Owed = KM driven x cents per km
= 20 x 75 = 1500 cents
1500/100 = $15
D5 Other work related expenses
Purchasing a book on how to mix drinks,
As a level 2 bartender I am required to have knowledge on how to mix drinks and keep up to date with the latest drinks so that I can meet the customers/employers requirements.
I will be purchasing this book with my own money, I am able to claim it back on tax. Which is $11.57
As a bartender I have been given work clothes and required...