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Mastering your employment taxes paper


This paper covers:

  • key points of current interest
  • technical update.

Author profiles

Paul Ellis CTA
Paulis a Partner in the Human Capital Practice at EY, specialising in employment related taxation and is the National leader of EY’s employment tax practice. He advises a large range of Australian and foreign companies on domestic and international employment related tax issues. Paul has extensive experience in advising employers on a wide range of remuneration related matters. His areas of expertise include remuneration packaging, employment taxes and charges (including FBT, payroll tax, workers compensation and superannuation) and the structuring and implementation of equity and other employee incentive plans. - Current at 31 March 2015
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Melissa Hohnen
Melissa is an experienced Senior Manager and has been with EY for over 13 years. During this time, she has developed specific skills and technical expertise in all areas of employment taxes, and most specifically FBT, focusing on the preparation and review of FBT returns, provision of technical advice, assisting with FBT and employment tax audits, as well as delivering FBT training. Melissa thoroughly enjoys working with businesses to improve their compliance, as well as developing employment tax solutions that provide the most favourable outcome for their business. - Current at 01 March 2016


This was presented at NSW 9th Annual Tax Forum .

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