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Old 07-16-2011, 04:19 AM
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Default offsetting unpaid work against income tax
Hoping someone else has dealt with this and can offer some insight.

I am doing a favour job at the moment, a short for a director I like working with, and it's been a while since I did any unpaid work. I was wondering, can I offset what I would have earned if it was paid at my standard rate, as a loss on my taxes. I'm sure I remember reading about this somewhere but haven't needed it before. I am in the UK...

(I'm trying to do my taxes early this year as I tend to be terrible at getting round to this kind of thing.)

Thanks in advance for an advice.
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