Published on 22 Feb 06
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper will update and equip you with what you need to know to deal with your clients’ FBT transactions and planning issues. It covers the current issues, the changes and how it all fits together featuring:
- review of key FBT concepts
- update of changes in the past year
- key areas and trouble spots to watch for
- tools for practical application of the information to your practice
- highlighting of planning opportunities
- the Amway case: what it means for you
- worker entitlement funds - avoiding the horrific cost of double taxation.
Julie is an Executive Director in KPMG’s International Executive Services practice area, with many years experience with equity based compensation, expatriate and employment tax consulting. Julie advises national
and international clients across most industry sectors on
international employee share plans for both executives and
employees and on other bonus and incentive arrangements.
Julie is well versed in the needs of senior executives
and relocating employees and has extensive experience
advising on and offering effective and practical solutions
to a range of complex expatriate tax issues. She has
experience in the development and implementation of tax
effective international remuneration packages, international
pension and tax equalisation plans, double tax agreements
and cross-border tax planning strategies. Current at 25 February 2009
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Craig Sloan CTA
Craig is a Partner of the Taxation and Business Solutions division of KPMG. Craig has been with KPMG for 19 years and has extensive experience in taxation and consultancy assignments. He is responsible for all taxation advice and services provided by the Canberra office and is one of the firm s leading advisors and coordinators of FBT services provided to Federal and Territory Government bodies. Current at 07 December 2005
Ben Travers is the Lead Partner of the International Executive
Services practice in KPMG Tax, Melbourne. He has over 12
years specialist experience advising Australian and multinational
organisations on a broad range of international tax and assignment
policy issues associated with maintaining a global workforce. Ben is
actively involved in the interpretation and application of assignment
policies, domestic law obligations and Double Tax Agreements. Current at 01 March 2012
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Langdon Patrick CTA
Langdon is a Tax Manager in KPMG's Canberra tax division. He provides taxation services to SMEs, large companies and to the public sector. As a tax adviser, Langdon has had a strong focus on employment taxes, such as payroll tax, income tax and, in particular, FBT. Langdon has provided FBT compliance and advisory services to a wide range of clients - from small enterprises with an annual turnover of less than $1m, to Australia's largest payer of FBT. Current at 01 October 2009
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