As a freelancer, you, like all other self-employed people, have the opportunity to deduct certain amounts before you pay tax on your profit.
Tax deductions are therefore part of your turnover on which you do not have to pay tax because you have had expenses or purchases in connection with the business or work.
It can, for example, be expenses for an accounting program, a new computer, work programs or anything else that is necessary in connection with the work. These expenses are stated as deduction and is therefore money on which you do not have to pay tax.
It is always a good idea to ask an accountant for advice if you are in doubt as to whether a purchase or an expense can be declared as a deduction. Not all of the company's expenses are deductible.