Published on 17 Feb 2004
| Took place at Novotel on Collins, Melbourne
In this competitive environment employers need to understand how to attract and retain the best
employees. To ensure that you are not at a competitive disadvantage you need to understand:
- tax effective salary packaging
- the real cost of entertaining staff when you take into account FBT, tax deductibility and GST
- how to maximise the tax benefits of contributing to superannuation
- the best way to structure employee share plans to provide tax effective benefits to employees.
In addition, you need to make sure your obligations are being met. For example: Have you met your pay-roll tax and WorkCover obligations? Will you have insurance entitlements if an employee or contractor is injured?
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Author(s): Kevin LOCK This seminar paper covers the following topics:
- what is an effective salary package arrangement?
- why salary package?
- what are the key issues in structuring an effective package?
- what are the key watchouts?
- PAYG, Pay-roll tax, WorkCover, Super Guarantee.
Establishing and Employment or Contractor Relationship
Author(s): Krista FITZGERALD, Melissa ALFREDINI Topics covered in this seminar paper include:
- pros and cons of each
- the documents
- the relationship
- the payments
- pay-roll tax, WorkCover, superannuation, PSI and GST issues.
Author(s): Noel BEHARIS This seminar paper covers the following topics:
- car benefits, car parking benefits, expense payment, property and minor fringe benefits
- the otherwise deductible rule
- the associate rule
- the interaction of FBT & GST
- how to classify between type 1 & type 2 benefits
- which benefits are GST creditable
- impact on third party providers
- compliance - the declarations.
Author(s): Sarah BERNHARDT, Adrian CHEK This seminar paper covers the following topics:
- choosing the right ESP for your HR objectives
- managing the tax information process
- likely tax impact of the new accounting standard, ie: expensing of ESPs
- pay-roll tax and ESPs.