Working out of town, Write offs?
So I'm going to be working out of town probably for a while. The company I'll be working for is based out of Kelowna but I'll be working in Regina. They have an office in Regina, my home I own is still in the lower mainland. My wife and son will be staying behind and i'll be going probably 3-4 weeks at a time and I could be there for a year hoping to get transfered to there lower mainland office.
I will not be self employed or working under a contract I'll be an employee. I was wondering if anyone knew if there are any extra writeoffs because I'll be going back and forth and my residence is still in BC? Since they have an office in Regina maybe I'm just considered a Regina employee and it's no different then working here and no special write offs?
I'm just asking because I'm wondering if I should save receipts and keep good records or not even bother? My travel will be paid by them so I know thats not a writeoff for me but I won't get a per diem so what about food? lodging?
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