2024 Employment taxes

Employment Taxes – what NFPs need to know

Published Date: 13 Mar 2024


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If you are considering setting up a Not for profit (NFP) or landed yourself on the board of an NFP, either as a self-assessed NFP or a charity registered under the ACNC, what should you consider when it comes to human capital? In this 101 session, we delved into topics such as Employment Tax issues, Fringe Benefits Tax, Superannuation Guarantee, Payroll Tax and Work Cover. This included a comprehensive examination of the primary issues associated with each topic and an exploration of existing exemptions, if any.

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