FBT Miscellaneous 2013


Source: QLD

Published Date: 20 Mar 2013


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FBT – Before immersing yourself in FBT returns, have you ever wondered why would FBT apply when your clients are the only shareholders and directors? This paper gives a perspective on FBT you may not have seen before:

  • in the SME area you do not always have an employer/employee relationship
  • Knowles and Slade Bloodstock – two cases all practitioners dealing with SMEs should know about
  • do you ever consider the residual benefits category?
  • LAFHA reforms and what they mean for your clients.

Individual Session


Author(s): Harry M Rigney
Materials from this session:


  • Published By: Harry M Rigney
  • Published On:20 Mar 2013
  • Took place at:Tattersall's Club, Brisbane

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FBT Miscellaneous 2013

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