September - FBT & SG

FBT & what you need to know for 2022 Superannuation Guarantee – post amnesty

Practical impact of tax changes for accountants and lawyers

Stay on top of recent tax changes with Thomson Reuters' Tax Updates taking place in Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane, and online in September. The Tax Updates sessions are presented by TaxBanter, specialist tax trainers for legal and accounting professionals. The four- hour sessions will cover the most recent changes in tax and implications and a range of two special topics.

  • FBT & what you need to know for 2022
  • Superannuation Guarantee – post amnesty

Thomson Reuters Tax Updates sessions provide practical and detailed analyses of topical areas of tax law or practice. Using case studies and real-life examples, the Tax Updates will provide an in-depth look at current issues encountered by tax professionals.

In 2022 the range of special topics include non-commercial losses, working out aggregate turnover for tax purposes, buying a business, recouping company losses post COVID-19, superannuation catching up, forgiving debts, franking rules, foreign exchange gains and losses, selling a business, partnerships, recouping losses in a trust, main residence exemption and more.

We look forward to meeting you at the 2022 Tax Update series.

For any event enquiries, please email eventsanz@thomsonreuters.com

Dates & Locations

Brisbane:
8 September 2022
1.00pm - 5.00pm
Melbourne:
8 September 2022
9.00am - 1.00pm
Sydney:
15 September 2022
9.00am - 1.00pm
Livestream/online:
15 September 2022
9.00am - 1.00pm

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Price $440 + GST

CPD Points

4 Hours

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Agenda

FBT & what you need to know for 2022

  • What’s new for 2021–22 and beyond
  • Understanding FBT and complying with the FBT Assessment Act:
    • Calculating an employer’s FBT liability
    • The FBT Return
    • Reportable fringe benefits
    • Declarations for FBT purposes
    • Record keeping requirement
    • FBT rates and thresholds
  • Fringe benefits - the detail
    • Exemptions and concessions
    • The common fringe benefits — Cars, expense payments, entertainment, car parking
  • Ensuring that the less common benefits are not overlooked — Property and residual fringe benefits

Superannuation Guarantee – post amnesty

The SG rules with the benefit of hindsight and experience:

  • An employer’s obligations under the SG rules
  • What if the employer cannot meet those obligations?
  • Options available to the employer
  • The penalties and how to avoid or mitigate them