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EOFY home office sales: Chairs, desks, computers and more

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Upgrade your home office this EOFY with outstanding deals on furniture, electronics and everything else you need to be productive at home.

Once completely esoteric, home offices have become a necessity for many Australians. As working from home becomes more standardised, you may find yourself shelling out big bucks on your home office.

Enter end of financial year (EOFY) sales. You can save money during this period in 2 ways. There are myriad online sales available right now, slashing price tags on a wide range of items.

The other reason to take advantage of sales at this time of year involves the incoming tax season. In many cases, home office purchases are tax deductible, allowing customers to save even more money via their tax bill.

Here are some of the best home office sales on right now. We'll also run you through a few pointers for claiming these purchases on your tax return. Most EOFY sales wrap up on or soon after 30 June, so be sure to get in quick to avoid missing out.


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Tax deduction expenses explained

If you're hoping to claim your home office expenses in your tax return, be sure to check out the Australian Taxation Office's website so you're well informed about what can legally be claimed as a deduction.

The ATO cites 3 "golden rules" for eligible deductions:

    • You must have spent the money yourself and weren't reimbursed.
    • The expenses must directly relate to earning your income.
    • You must have a record to prove it (usually a receipt).

Most expenses that relate to working from home are entered in the "Other work-related expenses" section of your tax return. In addition to home office furniture and computers that directly relate to your work, you may also be able to claim "running expenses" such as limited Internet and electricity usage.

See the ATO's full guide on working from home expenses here.

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