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Employer Obligations

Frequently overlooked fringe benefits

1.PR costs – application + consulting fee
2.Spouse / family travel
3.Meals provided to non travelling employees
4.Meals provided to non travelling clients
5.Meals provided to non travelling spouses (incl. clients)
6.Health insurance
7.Taxi from “non place of work” to home
8.Visa renewals
9.LAFHA Food – statutory amounts
10.NEW FOR 2013 – Temporary Accommodation

GST & Income Tax issues with 3, 4, 5 & 7

Access to Australia’s largest database of car parking rates

1.Report signed off by a Registered Tax Agent

2.Easy to use format for FBT return preparation
3.Quick turn around
4.Flat pricing of $350 + GST per location
5. Discounts for multiple sites
6.Competitive pricing – we will beat any written quote by 15%

Saves you time and all the hassle

Saves you money and reduces your tax risk

If you think you’ve paid too much FBT in the past – let us organise a FBT refund for you

Reportable Fringe Benefits FBT Return checklist questions:

The reporting of benefits on employee payment summaries is an important obligation and requires careful review. Failure to report correctly can result in ATO penalties and unhappy employees.

  Reportable Fringe Benefits – have you considered the following:


1 Have you excluded meal entertainment & entertainment facility   leasing benefits?  
2 Have you included recreational or other entertainment?

Examples being tickets to sporting & cultural events, holidays   and games of golf

3 Have you excluded car parking fringe benefits and pooled or shared cars?  
4 Have you included reportable spouse and other associates benefits   with the employee reportable amounts?  
5 Don’t forget, benefits excluded from the reportable requirements may   still be subject to FBT  


Over the next few months we’ll be adding new content about the People who Pay People – more commonly referred to as the Accounts Payable function and the Payroll function.

Both functions are vitally important in every organisation, whether there is 1 or 1,000 employees.

Both functions are often unheralded and are the quiet champions of every organisation.

These functions sit at the intersection of:

  1. Policy
  2. Process
  3. Taxation
  4. Human Resources
  5. Treasury
  6. Finance
  7. Employer obligations
  8. Technology
  9. Employee satisfaction; and
  10. Corporate Governance

The often bear the brunt of regular taxationand legislative changes and workplace reform and have to cope with organisational change and restructuring.

We will be sharing more over the coming months about the People who Pay People and their Roles & Responsibilities!

In the meantime, go to http://www.nationalapday.com.au/nominate.html and recognise the great work done by some one that you know!