KPMG Practical Tax Series

KPMG Practical Tax Series

KPMG’s Practical Tax Series kicks off in 2017 with a refresher on the FBT rules. This is particularly timely as the year-end FBT return is due on 31 May.

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Our 2 hour FBT seminar (including Q&A) provides practical advice on how to comply with your obligations and manage your liability. 

It is relevant for those responsible for preparing, reviewing or signing off the FBT position, as well as businesses looking to offer fringe benefits for the first time or restructure/refresh their existing benefit packages. 

As well as looking at common errors and areas that have been subject to recent IRD scrutiny, we will look at some of the least understood areas of FBT and tips and tricks to effectively manage your liability.

We are also partnering with TaxLab (www.taxlab.co.nz) whose NZ specific tax software makes preparing and filing your FBT return quicker, easier and more accurate.

To register

Here is the link for more information and to purchase tickets

Areas we will cover include

  • What is a fringe benefit for tax?
  • Cash vs non-cash benefits 
  • Single rate or alternate rate FBT calculations?
  • Attributed vs non-attributed benefits
  • Key exemptions and thresholds 
  • Effectively structuring motor vehicle, insurance and other common benefits to manage your FBT exposure

Queries

Please contact Frances Thompson, francesthompson@kpmg.co.nz  or (09) 363 3686

FAQs

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Public parking available at Maritime car park - 10 Pakenham St E, Auckland, 1010 (4 minute walk to KPMG). 

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