You must specify where you live and work. The calculation will be based on this information. All of your tax circumstances has not been assessed, so you will not receive a binding reply from us, only an indication of what the travel deduction means for your tax. The information you provide will not be stored.
The final assessment of what you are entitled to for travel deductions will be carried out when your tax return is processed. You will receive a reply as to whether or not we have approved the deduction for travel in your tax settlement.
If you believe you are entitled to a travel deduction, you must indicate this in your tax return. Changes to tax returns may be made electronically or on paper.
How do I use the calculator?
- Enter the address of where you live. Suggested addresses will appear when you start typing. You can either enter the entire address yourself, or choose from the list. You then do the same for your work address.
- Enter the number of days and answer the question about any savings on travel time.
- Click the icon 'Calculate travel route'. The return journey distance between your home and workplace will then appear with a map showing the route. If you think the distance is incorrect, you can select 'Change distance' and enter the distance yourself.
- If you have a second workplace, you can add this by selecting 'Add second workplace' beneath the map.
- Click the icon 'Calculate travel deduction' to obtain the travel deduction. The response is shown at the bottom of the page.
- You can click the question icons in the calculator if you need help regarding what is to be entered in the fields or what the various pieces of text in the calculator refer to.
Can the calculator be improved?
You can help us to make the calculator better by sending us a message. We are unable to respond to questions regarding tax; you should contact us via other channels if you need help or personal guidance concerning tax, the national population register or other matters.
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