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Can I claim for travelling for a disabled person to and from college?

Posted 3 November 2014 under Tax Questions


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I have a daughter who is deaf she has finished Matric at a school for the deaf she now attends a normal colledge because there are no specialised colledges for deaf students.

I understand that I cannot claim for her fees because it is a College however I did put in a claim in 2014 for travelling because she cannot use public transport to commute to college because of her lack of communication and hearing, but my claim was rejected.

I see the tax act uses the word Specialised School but makes no mention for college or university

I want to know if I have a valid argument to claim for travelling if that is the only means of her getting there?

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TaxTimTaxTim says:
3 November 2014 at 22:47

You may, but you would need to dispute this and go through the proper SARS channels. I suggest going into a branch and speaking with a senior consultant.


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