Published on 09 May 2000
| Took place at Melbourne Park
In this seminar the interaction between GST and FBT is examined in detail with examples used to identify the likely impact of the new legislation on salary packaging for the future. The new rules for PBIs and non-profit organisations is also examined
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Author(s): Michael LYONS This paper discusses how remuneration and remuneration packages will be effected by the GST and the Ralph Report. Specifically, it talks about how the GST will affect employers providing fringe benefits; will employers pass on Input Tax Credits to employees; apportioning Input Tax Credits; how company cars and novated leases will be affected by the GST/FBT; the attraction to package exempt and otherwise deductible fringe benefits; proposed limit on concessionally taxed fringe benefits provided to employees of employers that are not-for profit or public benevolent institutions; how fringe benefits will be reported on group certificates; how remuneration is affected if you are input taxed.
Author(s): Paul HOCKRIDGE This comprehensive paper examines the interaction of GST, FBT and salary packaging in light of the recent tax changes under tax reform. It looks at the ATO view of salary packaging and examines the various benefits that may be included in a package.