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TaxTalk Monthly, November 2017, Employment Taxes Update
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is reviewing the definition of ‘taxi’ contained in the Fringe Benefits Tax Assessment Act 1986 (Cth ... and its application to the s58Z FBT exemption for taxi travel undertaken to or from work, or due to illness.

Victorian MPs in travel ‘rort’ to avoid fringe benefits tax, claim whistleblowers
WHISTLEBLOWERS have raised concerns that state MPs have been submitting false declarations to Parliament ­regarding interstate travel to avoid Fringe Benefits Tax. One MP suggested ... to submit the diary to meet Australia Taxation Office requirements.

ACT urged to consider electric vehicle targets: report
Co-authored by environment and sustainability commissioner Professor Kate Auty, it said the ACT government has been a "leader and a driver" of climate change policy in Australia ... consider tax incentives like salary sacrifice or fringe benefit tax.

Australia’s ten best private health funds
Its dominant market share makes it Australia’s biggest private health ... total reportable fringe benefits and any amount on which family trust distribution tax has been paid. Unfortunately, finding an appropriate level of private health insurance.

ATO cracks down on utes after helping make Hilux a best seller
There's a rumour swirling from the Australian Taxation Office that its employees ... the talk of their watchful eyes at the football – utes are exempt from fringe benefit tax for minor private use, including travelling to and from work and irregular.

ACT eyes electric vehicle target, after ‘nation-leading’ renewables success
Australia ... guide the market – such as 500 EVs in the ACT by 2020. It also proposes the introduction or enhancement of financial incentives for EVs, such as free parking and use of transit lanes; and tax incentives like salary sacrifice or fringe.

MPs chalk up $16mil in three months
A record number of Australian families ... spent $6.6 million on travel between April 3, when the agency began its work, and the end of June. $9 million was spent on staff travel, while $400,000 was taken in fringe benefits tax to arrive at the figure.

RSL Queensland branch's spending practices 'may have breached tax law'
Benefits provided to directors include an RSL car worth about $38,000, a mobile phone, lap top, travel expenses ... have paid income tax, and the RSL should have made superannuation contributions on their behalf, as well as pay Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT.

College degrees can be a bargain abroad
Plus, students will likely need bigger budgets for travel ... Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, or global powerhouses such as France, Germany and China, according to the IIE data. But students concerned about the cost of living might benefit from.

Getting a college degree abroad can be a bargain
Plus, students will likely need bigger budgets for travel ... Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, or global powerhouses such as France, Germany and China, according to the IIE data. But students concerned about the cost of living might benefit from.


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