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State tax treatment of superannuation and benefits

Published on 25 Jul 02 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

This seminar paper provides and emphasis on pay-roll tax, links to Workers Compensation Insurance, FBT, GST and salary packaging, gross ups and exemptions, recent and anticipated changes.

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Elizabeth Lucas ATI
Elizabeth Lucas, is a Partner with Grant Thornton. She has extensive experience in providing fringe benefits tax and salary packaging advice to not-for-profit bodies, corporate clients and government organisations. She specialises in the various aspects of remuneration planning and has experience in the areas of other employment taxes and GST. In particular, Elizabeth’s areas of expertise are salary packaging advice and implementation and consulting advice regarding FBT technical issues, systems and compliance procedures. Elizabeth is a speaker at various professional body functions and is a regular media commentator. She chairs The Tax Institute’s FBT Subcommittee and served as a member of the FBT Subcommittee of the ATO’s National Tax Liaison Group for many years. Elizabeth was also a member of the Not-for-profit Sector Tax Concession Working Group reporting to the federal government and sits on a number of ATO consultations. Current at 23 March 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Elizabeth LUCAS.
 

This was presented at Second Annual States' Taxation Conference 2002.

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