FBT Workshop 2017

09:00 Friday 24 March

Moore Stephens Offices, Perth

REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED - If you would like to be placed on a waitlist for this event, please contact Angele Grone at eventswa@moorestephenswa.com.au

Join us at our offices for our annual Fringe Benefit Tax workshop run by Moore Stephens Director, James Tng.

FBT WORKSHOP:

Our workshop will commence with an update on the latest FBT changes and then progress to more complex issues based on the topics outlined. We will also explore selected questions received by the Tax Service over the past 12 months. FBT scenarios will be presented in a workshop style with a step by step explanation of the basis for determining the correct FBT treatment.

Topical issues relevant to local governments will be discussed.

WORKSHOP OUTLINE:

FBT Update: 

Whats new for FBT in 2017 including:

  • FBT & Tax update
  • New rates and thresholds
  • ATO Audit focus
 FBT Technical:

The FBT workshop will cover all the FBT fundamentals but will specifically focus on the following:

  • Cars and vehicles used for work (i.e. dual cabs and utes)
  • Entertainment (e.g. Christmas parties and meal entertainment)
  • Expense Payment Fringe Benefits
  • Property Fringe Benefits
  • The "otherwise deductible" rule
  • Reductions in taxable value (e.g. remote area, relocation, in-house fringe benefits)
  • Exempt benefits (e.g. mobile phones and work-related laptops)
  • Reportable Fringe Benefits
  • Administration and record keeping
  • Benefits provided to Elected Members

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

​Local Government Officers with a role in the administration of Fringe Benefits Tax seeking an update on the latest changes and/or a refresher in FBT.

NEW TO FBT? (FBT BASICS WEBINAR):

In conjunction with the workshop, we will also be hosting an FBT Basics Webinar. 

If you are new to the administration of FBT, please register for our FBT Basics Webinar scheduled to run on 28 February 2017. This webinar will provide a good grounding for attending the workshop on 24 March 2017.

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