Tag: FBT

Gifts provided to employees or their associates — that gold, frankincense and myrrh you picked up at the Black Friday sales — will typically constitute a property fringe benefit and therefore are subject to FBT unless the minor benefit exemption applies. Gifts, and indeed all benefits associated with a Christmas function, should be considered separately to the Christmas party in light of the minor benefits exemption.

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In the run up to the end of the FBT year, the ATO reminds employers that a fringe benefit may be provided by another person on behalf of an employer, but may also be provided to another person on behalf of an employee (for example, a relative).

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