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Wednesday, 20 May 1936


Senator BROWN (Queensland) . - This matter affects me very much, personally, because, at the moment, I am in receipt of many bills for professional services of this nature. Suppose that my medical adviser is also a dentist; if my children go to him for dental attention can I claim to deduct the expenditure from my income, because the work was done by a medical practitioner 1 I have been allowed such deductions. However, another man whose children may have their teeth attended to by a dentist, who is not a medical practitioner, cannot claim a similar exemption.







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