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    Can you clarify something please.

    If you charge parents directly for food ie, £2.00 a day can you claim for food using your receipts in your tax return?

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    You can only put expenses on your tax return ... if you work it out and food costs you £4 a day (for example) and you charge parents £2 a day then you can put £2 into your expenses

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    Yes. I put the whole amount through as expenses , and obviously the whole charge to parents as income. As sarah says the difference will be say £2 but i put the full amounts in the paperwork.

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