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    I understand this topic has been discussed previously. But I have different scenario here and hope someone here can help. So I have recently started a contract with a company and the company promote being active and health, so they gave us a pedometer and target to track our activities on daily basis. I am not a regular runner so I have to purchase a pair of trainer for this. So I only buy this pair for work purpose. So can l claim this through my expenses? Many thanks.

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    Of course. Don't forget the sports bra too (.)(.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by barrydidit View Post
    Of course. Don't forget the sports bra too (.)(.)
    That is super-helpful. Never thought about the sport bra. Good point though! Millions Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessicafang View Post
    I understand this topic has been discussed previously. But I have different scenario here and hope someone here can help. So I have recently started a contract with a company and the company promote being active and health, so they gave us a pedometer and target to track our activities on daily basis. I am not a regular runner so I have to purchase a pair of trainer for this. So I only buy this pair for work purpose. So can l claim this through my expenses? Many thanks.
    Yes you can. Also if you **** up your contract you can also pay for the can of lube you're going to need when they find out.

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    Sure, but if you sell your used insoles for sniffing perverts it could be a Benefit in kind

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    Don't forget to expense a fitbit to go with it as well

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    Great response. Thanks so much guys. I am definitely in the right place. To top it up, I have also get a customized insoles to go with the trainer and cost me in total of £175 (£130 for the trainer and £45 for the insoles). I am thinking MicrosoftBob advice of fitbit. Do you guys think this is too much to claim? They might think I am taking a pxxx? Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessicafang View Post
    Great response. Thanks so much guys. I am definitely in the right place. To top it up, I have also get a customized insoles to go with the trainer and cost me in total of £175 (£130 for the trainer and £45 for the insoles). I am thinking MicrosoftBob advice of fitbit. Do you guys think this is too much to claim? They might think I am taking a pxxx? Cheers.
    I'll go for 7

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    You can also claim for the Physiotherapy, Osteopathy and Personal Training incurred wholly and exclusively in the conduct of your business. Whether it's allowed or not is a different matter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarillionFan View Post
    I'll go for 7
    Too high. 4.

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