We provide thorough in-house training that is tailored to meet client needs.
face the constant challenge of workforce changes, operational inefficiencies and gaps in processes, often resulting increased compliance costs.
Our in-house training is designed to provide organisations with better knowledge and awareness of their employment tax obligations and help teams achieve long-term objectives. We make sure that clients receive the full benefit of our in-house training by providing a simple and hassle-free training solution.
To ensure this:
- You decide the agenda – we will work with you to design the session
- You decide the time, location and length of the session
- You choose the audience (Finance, Tax, HR, Payroll teams, etc)
- You choose the style (presentation, workshop, discussion group, etc
Here are examples of areas we can provide training on:
FBT 2020: Entertainment Expenses and FBT
The reporting of Entertainment in annual FBT Returns remains the biggest challenge.
Just in time for 2020 FBT Reporting, we’ll help you to meet the challenge by understanding the FBT, GST and Income Tax implications of Entertainment Expenses and how to differentiate from deductible meals.
Unravelling the FBT, GST, Income Tax, accounting and process challenges associated with Entertainment fringe benefits. Particular focus on Policy and Process to achieve FBT savings and best practice approach
Particular focus areas will include:
- How to achieve FBT savings through valuation, planning and structuring.
- Food & Drink, when does it constitute Entertainment
- Alcohol Consumption
- Travel Expenses
- Other types of Entertainment.
- Sustenance and Policy development.
Paul will highlight best practice process, common errors and dispel the many myths.
FBT 2020: Cars, Car Parking and Exemptions
A detailed analysis of the FBT rules as they apply to motor vehicles and car parking including alternate valuation methodologies and application of the concessions and exemptions.
We will focus on the key FBT rules, areas of risk for motor vehicles, and ways to reduce an employer’s FBT cost.
We will cover the current areas of ATO concern and consultation including safe harbor rules for logbook, pooled cars, claiming exemption and car parking market valuation. Attendees will be given an understanding of the key areas to focus on for managing FBT, fleet planning strategies and policy implementation. Paul will highlight the common errors and dispel the many myths.
The FBT car parking rules are complex and require careful consideration to ensure compliance and to maximise savings.
We will provide you with a clear understanding of the rules governing car parking fringe benefits, the steps required to ensure compliance and strategies to minimise FBT liabilities.
FBT 2020: Relocations, Remote Area, LAFHA and FBT
Understanding the FBT implications and FBT reporting requirements for mobile employees.
FBT Reporting requires an understanding of employee mobility & relocations and an analysis of the associated employee costs to determine the FBT implications.
The FBT law contains many FBT exemptions and concessions that apply to Relocations, Mobility and Living Away From Home. These reduce or eliminate the FBT liability but only if the rules are followed.
Understanding the 2020 FBT reporting requirements is critical from a compliance perspective.
- Assist attendees in understanding how and when the many FBT Exemptions and Concessions operate and apply
- Designed for all business types and sizes, FBT taxable, FBT exempt, and FBT rebatable employers
- Providing practical knowledge to assist in managing and understanding the FBT Exemptions and Concessions
FBT 2020: FBT Return Update Essentials
Helping you to launch your 2020 FBT Season!
Our 2020 FBT Return Update Essentials session will provide you with the springboard to launch your 2020 FBT return work.
With a number of recent and anticipated key changes announced, this is a must attend training session.
Attendees will be given an understanding of the key areas to focus on when preparing or reviewing the 2020 FBT return. The particular focus areas include Entertainment, Employee Expenses, Cars, Car Parking and Relocation / Mobility.
FBT 2020: FBT Reporting for the Not-for-Profit Sector
What’s important in the Not-for-Profit sector for 2020 FBT Reporting, Payment Summary Reporting and Salary Packaging.
The FBT law contains special rules for thousands of organisation’s operating in the Not for Profit sector. These rules provide exemptions and concessions, and in conjunction with these, allow for Salary Packaging to be hugely advantageous for employees.
In this training session you will find out all you need to know about 2020 FBT Return reporting and 2020 Payment Summary reporting for Not for Profit organisations.
We will cover each of the employer types and the FBT treatments applying to each.
Importantly, this training session will provide a detailed understanding of the Fringe Benefits Tax rules and policy requirements to ensure compliance and a successful Salary Packaging program.
Throughout the training we will highlight the common mistakes and dispel the many myths that exist in relation to FBT and Salary Packaging for Not for Profit organisations.