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Forsyth v FCT (1981) 81 ATC 4157

This case considered the issue of allowable deductions and whether or not the costs of a license fee paid by a barrister for the use of a study in his family home were deductible.  The court discussed the factors that it would consider in making an assessment of whether or not a home office is a place of business.

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