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Published on 29 Apr 2009
| Took place at Education Development Centre, Hindmarsh
Part of the Younger Tax Practitioner Series, this event provided an introduction to FBT fundamentals.
Fringe Benefits Tax legislation was first introduced to Australia in 1986. Since its inception the Fringe Benefits Tax regime has
continued to be a cause of confusion for many tax practitioners.
Author(s): Katherine CHMIELEWSKI This presentation provides an introduction to the fundamentals of the Fringe Benefits Tax regime, including:identifying what a fringe benefit is and some of its key conceptsexamining the different types of fringe benefitsan exploration of exempt benefits and exempt or concessionally taxed employersdiscussion on how fringe benefits tax interacts with income tax and GST.
Materials from this session:
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This presentation provides an introduction to the fundamentals of the Fringe Benefits Tax regime, including:
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