If an organisation is planning to allow salary sacrificing for employees in regards to their income protection insurance and life insurance policy costs – will this result in a fringe benefit tax liability or is there a specific exemption that applies?
Salary Packaging Article ‘ Superannuation guarantee salary sacrifice integrity measures introduced to protect employee entitlements
The Government has now tabled draft legislation to ensure employers cannot include salary packaged superannuation contributions to meet the employer SGC obligations.
This article provides a ‘heads up’ on the roll out of Single Touch Payroll and proposed action on superannuation guarantee. It also briefly considers implications for directors of failure to make compulsory superannuation payments on time.
The ATO has issued a draft Practical Compliance Guideline on the extent to which it accepts that payments for use of sportspersons images can be made to third parties without the ATO taking issue. This article looks at the ATO’s proposed position.
An employer is considering allowing employees to salary package income protection insurance – what tax issues arise?
Many employees catch public transport to work by way of train, tram (Melbournians) or bus. Home to work travel is private but is there any advantage in an employee salary packaging their public transport costs?
This article considers some taxation implications of certain allowances for meal and travel expenses paid to employees. In particular, it looks at the ATO’s recently issued tax determination of reasonable amounts for 2017-18 in relation to such allowances.
An employee wishes to salary sacrifice their remote area accommodation contribution that we provide to him.
This article briefs employers on the First Home Super Saver Scheme.