2024 FBT Guide
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The FBT Guide Webinar is your essential update on FBT. Join the 1200+ Australian professionals tuning each year.
The 2024 FBT guide provided insight into how one of the most complex and admin-heavy tax regimes is on the precipice of a new phase. Recent regulatory updates and technology offerings are presenting opportunities for employers to not only reduce the administrative burden but also reduce its FBT payable.
In this webinar we’ll cover…
- The release of a number of legislative instruments to help reduce FBT Record Keeping.
- A recent FBT case regarding Fly-in-Fly-Out Transport.
- ATO guidance on FBT considerations for electric vehicles.
- Taxation Ruling on the principles of deductibility for self-education expenses.
- Car parking technology class rulings.
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Hayley Lock leads the Specialist Tax & Reward practice in Queensland and has over 15 years’ experience both in commerce and within professional services providing advice on a range of employment taxation matters. Hayley has worked with some of Australia’s largest employers and is also acurrent member of the ATO's FBT sub-committee. In her work with her clients she has advised on all employment tax related matters including PAYG withholding and reporting, payroll tax, Superannuation Guarantee, Workers Compensation Insurances and fringe benefits tax.
Stacey Biggar is a director in KPMG’s Employment Tax team with 12 years’ experience assisting with employments tax matters including fringe benefits tax, superannuation guarantee, payroll tax, pay as you go withholding and workers compensation. Stacey has assisted a large number of clients with full FBT outsourcing projects and has extensive experience assisting a variety of clients with identifying and implementing process improvements and management ofemployment tax related issues including risk reviews, preparation and submission of voluntary disclosures with revenue authoritiesand advising on changes to legislation and practical implications.
Amesh leads the commercial strategy and product management of ONESOURCE Fringe Benefits Tax within Australia, along with providing go-to-market direction and focus for other ONESOURCE solutions.
Amesh has 7 years' experience as an accountant having previously worked at Commonwealth Bank and PwC in roles across finance, audit and advisory. Prior to Thomson Reuters, Amesh worked as the commercial lead of a software start-up that specialised in automated vehicle tax logbooks for FBT.
Amesh holds a Bachelor of Commerce with Finance & Economics from USYD and an MBA at AGSM.