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Trends in taxes on employee benefits

Published on 19 Mar 02 by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA

This convention paper discusses trends in taxes on employee benefits.

Author profile:

Herbert Purdon
Andrew is the Partner responsible for the firm's Employment Tax Solutions Group in KPMG's Melbourne office. This group specialises in fringe benefits tax, salary packaging, WorkCover, Payroll Tax, Pay As You Go, group certificate reporting and the Superannuation Guarantee Charge. Andrew has wide experience in the provision of Employment Taxes advice to many of Australia's largest corporates, Victorian Government Departments and Victorian Government Enterprises. Current at 29 May 2007 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Andrew PURDON.
 

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