Potentially an over done topic but I'm keen to understand your interpretation of the rules.
A long term contractor has a fixed term contract of three months at a new location (different contracting party). The contract is not expected to be extended. The contractor expects to spend most of the day (>80%) at one office.
The contractor is admament that they can claim travel. Other contractors at the business claim travel and most of the big contractor accountants say you can claim travel. However, my reading of the fixed term appointments guidance and guidance for service company (i.e. managing the contract and admin as a Director at home does not make home the permanent workplace) specifically suggests this is not claimable.
Am I missing something?