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Is a level 7 aesthetics course CT deductible?

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My medically qualified client has completed an aesthetics course in order to perform botox and other similar treatments through her company. I am trying to confirm if the cost of this training is CT deductible (I think so) and if so, is there any BIK implications of the company paying for this?

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By Accountant A
30th Sep 2019 20:42

If you search the site, there have been (very) similar questions asked about medical and dental practitioners.

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By knulp99
30th Sep 2019 21:40

Thank you Accountant A, I can see there has been some interest in this topic before....!

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By mrme89
30th Sep 2019 22:04

It's allowable for CT purposes.

You need to see whether or not the work related exemption applies. It probably will.

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By DJKL
01st Oct 2019 09:33

Totally off topic, I find it slightly novel that the course is labelled as it is.

I have a pass from a long ,long time ago, in an Edinburgh Universty course entitled "Aesthetics and General Philosophy," but that more covered Collingwood, Stolnitz, Locke, Hume and Plato and I am singularly unqualified in the injection of botox but singularly qualified in articulating b*llocks.

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By Duggimon
01st Oct 2019 12:22

You may find you're able to induce a similar paralysis in the object of your ministrations though, so there is some crossover!

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By Tax Dragon
01st Oct 2019 09:53

It's amazing what the taxpayer subsidises.

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By The Dullard
01st Oct 2019 10:18

The taxpayer's happy to take a share in the profits, surely?

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