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The answer from Bella Boo seems to contradict the answer provided by HMRC Admin 23.
Can anyone please confirm what is the correct answer?
I am in a similar situation and I bought a desk and a monitor to work from home (as my employer didn't provide them).
Can I claim the full amount in the "Employment expenses" section in the "Other expenses and capital allowances:" field where I can also add the £6/week allowance?
I am employed and usually submit a tax assessment. I understand I can claim £6/week WFH that goes in the field "Other expenses and capital allowances" in the "Employment expenses" section.
Do I need to put the amount only for the weeks that I actually worked? So 52 - 4 weeks holiday = 48 x 6 = £288