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Old 10-10-2019, 02:16 AM
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Hello,

I am trying to re-subscribe to IMechE after a 2-year break from work and now I'm back to work in Australia I feel I should get back on this.

I am under the impression that I can claim this kind of subscriptions back in tax, either partly or completely, is this true even for IMechE / international subscriptions? (FYI; my employer will not cover me)

I was going to use transferwise to pay for the subscription as it's in pounds sterling - will this still apply for claiming?

I know that I should probably be looking to join Engineers Australia, I did start but they then asked for 150 hours of CPD which I don't have recorded, I am also worried that they will ask for proof of existing membership which I also won't have until I sort this out.


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