2023 Payroll tax

Common payroll tax mistakes

Source: National

Published Date: 5 Sep 2023


Although state taxes don’t receive their fair share of attention, payroll tax is beginning to stand on its own. While it has been seen as a costly and annoying administrative burden, grudgingly accepted, recent cases have thrust it into the limelight.

This session explores:

  • The myth of contractors (distinguishing between true contractors and contractors who are employees at common law)
  • Contractor exemptions – when they apply and when they don’t
  • The ongoing use of service entities, and their limitations; and
  • Grouping risks.

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  • Published By: Matthew Mckee FTI
  • Published On:5 Sep 2023
  • Took place at:MCEC Melbourne

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2023 Payroll tax

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