Published on 09 May 09
by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
The current economic climate has seen an increase in the number of terminations occurring, particularly on the grounds of redundancy. This paper reviews the latest measures and highlights the issues and strategies on all aspects surrounding termination payments.
Topics covered include:
employment termination payments
genuine redundancy payments including non-arm's length dealings e.g. directors
restraint of trade payments - when excluded from ETP treatment
lump sum leave payments - annual and long service leave
excess payments and Section 109
paperwork and withholding obligations
areas of potential concern.
Glynn Flaherty CTA
Glynn Flaherty, CTA, Payroll Matters
Glynn is a Director with Payroll Matters Pty Ltd. Payroll Matters contributes to many technical payroll publications, advises on taxation software products and provides a national payroll assistance service. Based in South Australia, Payroll Matters have extensive experience in advising a diverse range of employers from large publicly listed companies, to many charitable bodies and not-for-profit organisations on all aspects relating to payroll.
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