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Aviation Medical And Transport Canada Licence Fees On Taxes?

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I have done this with a helmet. I had my employer put in writing that a helmet was mandatory equipment and claimed it under the trade person tool exemption. It was rejected as it was deemed to be "clothing." I appealed that and had them see it as radio equipment rather that safety clothing. They agreed, reversed decision and accepted claim.

 

Good luck y'all

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If you're a contract pilot then everything is expense to be able to earn money.

 

Problem comes when you're an employee - then use the T220 as already suggested...

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Yeah, claim this stuff on the 2200. If they refuse it, so what. You can appeal, or just be back where you are now. Claiming unallowed expenses on your taxes is not like tax evasion i.e. a crime that will have you locked away and sharing a cell with a guy named Bubba. Do it.

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