2022 FBT Report

Back to the Year 2022

Applying 1986 principles in your 2022 FBT Return

The world around us continues to change at a rapid pace from COVID-19 impacts, remote and flexible work arrangements, new technology and benefit offerings. FBT practitioners and the ATO are having to interpret legislation to arrangements and benefits which were not contemplated in the 80s when the FBT legislation was first enacted. This has led to several emerging issues and ATO guidance releases which are summarised in the guide.

2022 FBT Report

In this report…
We’ll discuss five key areas of change that will affect your business most in 2022. These are:

  1. Emerging issues - COVID testing
  2. Emerging Issue - Electric Vehicles
  3. Vaccination Incentives
  4. Car Parking
  5. Travel 

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