fringe benefits tax

fbt year-end checklist 2022

FBT Year-End Checklist 2022 

General checklist to prepare the FBT return March 31 marks the end of the 2021/2022 fringe benefits tax (FBT) year which commenced 1 April 2021. It’s time now for employers and their advisors to turn their attention to instances where non-cash benefits have been provided to employees, and also where private expenses have been paid …

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covid test expenses are tax deductible and fbt free

Federal Government To Make Covid Tests Tax Deductible And FBT Free

Work-related Covid test expenses are tax deductible The Federal Government has announced that COVID‑19 tests (including Polymerase Chain Reaction and Rapid Antigen Tests) are tax deductible for hard‑working Australians, and exempt from fringe benefit tax for businesses, where they are purchased for work‑related purposes. The change will take effect starting the tax year 2021-2022 This …

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