SUBJECT – FBT – MOTOR VEHICLES
Hi I'm Kath Appleby, Business Advisor with over 20 years experience at MWL Financial Group specialising in medical practices
Did you know that providing certain benefits in place of salary or wages to your employees and their associates will attract Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT)?
There are various types of benefits that can fall under the FBT regime, however, the most commonly provided fringe benefits are motor vehicles, car parking, entertainment and living away from home allowances.
If you provide any of these benefits to your employees and their associates, you may be required to lodge a FBT return.
Some benefits are exempted from the FBT regime, or receive concessional treatment. This generally applies to very minor benefits and some Non-Profit organisations.
For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and either me, Kath Appleby or one of our experts will be more than happy to help.