Chiropractic expenses

Can Chiropractic expenses be claimed by a Director of a limited company?

If not:
If they have paid on the business credit card, should the cost be logged as a drawings to Directors Loan account or a disallowable cost for Corporation Tax purposes?

Thanks

Comments

  • RyanMIP
    RyanMIP LincolnshireRegistered Posts: 50
    Yes it can be claimed, but it would be a benefit in kind taxable on the director.

    There’s no concept of ‘drawings’ in a Company, but if the cost were charged to the DLA it would eliminate the BIK charge above.

    The cost would never feature in the P&L AND be disallowed for CT purposes.
    MarieNoelle
  • net71
    net71 Registered Posts: 11
    Thank you for your help.

    Some posts I'd read said that only athletes can claim chiropractor expenses.
  • MarieNoelle
    MarieNoelle Trusted Regular Hampshire/Surrey borderModerator, MAAT, AAT Licensed Accountant Posts: 1,433
    Is the director an athlete?
  • net71
    net71 Registered Posts: 11
    No, he isn't but has injured his back at work so paid for the treatment on the company business card.

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