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Employment taxes: Who owns them? paper

Published on 02 Mar 11 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • who owns the employment taxes in your organisation?
  • who is a 'common law' employee?
  • PAYG
  • superannuation obligations
  • fringe benefits tax obligations
  • employee share schemes
  • payroll tax.

Author profile:

Martin Morrow
Martinis a Partner of KPMG with more than 25 years experience advising national and international corporations on all aspects of employment taxes, equity-based compensation and executive remuneration. He leads KPMG’s Equity Based Compensation and Executive Remuneration practice and advises boards and management on all aspects of governance, design, taxation and accounting of remuneration Current at 17 February 2011 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Martin MORROW.
 

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