Companies can deduct work clothing from the tax. However, this is only possible if the company meets certain conditions. What are those conditions?
To do this, you should first of all know that the Tax and Customs Administration makes a clear distinction in the type of clothing. She knows two kinds of clothes, work clothes and private clothes. Work clothing refers to clothing that is only worn in the workplace. And private clothing refers to all clothing that is worn outside of work. Well, the Tax Authorities grant tax deductions for work clothing, but not for private clothing. But beware; when work clothes can be worn both on the work floor and privately, the tax authorities see this as private clothing!
That is why it makes sense that you visibly provide the clothing with a logo or name related to your company. Only then is this clothing considered work clothing by the tax authorities, and is therefore tax deductible. The condition is that this logo has a minimum size of 70 cm². If you do not do this, if you do not have a logo or company name embroidered on your clothing, the Tax Authorities will state that these clothing can also be worn privately. It is then regarded as a gift to your employees and the tax authorities do not allow this.