Skip to main content
shopping_cart

Your shopping cart is empty

Latest remuneration strategies presentation

Published on 20 Oct 06 by TASMANIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Is salary packaging still worthwhile? How do the new tax rates announced in the Budget impact on your clients' remuneration strategies? This presentation addresses the following:

  • motor vehicles (new, used, existing, luxury, exempt, and employee contribution)
  • lunches (staff canteen and local café/sandwich shop)
  • superannuation strategies
  • reportable fringe benefits
  • public benevolent funds.

Author profile:

Matthew HONAN
Matthew is Managing Director of Remunerator. Matthew has worked in the area of employee benefit management for 16 years and founded the Remunerator operation more than 14 years ago. Remunerator has developed, implemented and manages salary packaging programs for employees throughout Australia in the private, public and health sectors. Matthew is frequently quoted on the subject of salary packaging in all the major newspapers’ business sections and other business related publications. He is also often invited to speak at conferences and seminars both nationally and internationally to discuss Employee Benefits.
Current at 22 September 2006
Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Matthew HONAN.
 

This was presented at Tasmanian State Convention.

Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.

Individual sessions

Current issues for primary producers

Author(s):  Harry M RIGNEY

Materials from this session:

Property investment - income tax and GST issues

Author(s):  Michael HINE

Materials from this session:

Latest remuneration strategies

Author(s):  Matthew HONAN

Materials from this session:




Making the most of superannuation

Author(s):  Robert WATSON

Materials from this session:

Effective strategies for using superannuation in succession planning

Author(s):  Julian BATTISTELLA

Materials from this session:



The erosion of asset protection - is the party over?

Author(s):  Paul COOK

Materials from this session:

Further details about this event:

 

Copyright Statement