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Fringe benefits : a practical guide to managing your tax costs / by Andrew Dickeson and Mike Rudd

By: Dickeson, Andrew.
Contributor(s): Rudd, Mike.
Publisher: Auckland, N.Z. : CCH New Zealand, 2016Edition: 5th ed.Description: xvi, 170 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781775471431.Subject(s): Fringe benefits | Fringe benefits tax | Motor vehicles | Employees | Income tax | Taxation | Income Tax Act 2007 -- New ZealandOnline resources: Download as an eBook
Contents:
Fringe benefit tax in context -- Key definitions explained -- Key specific benefits: motor vehicles -- Structuring alternatives for motor vehicles -- Key specific benefits: employment-related loans -- Remaining specific benefits -- Unclassified benefits -- Fringe benefit tax management -- Selected fringe benefit tax issues -- Commonly asked questions.
Summary: Covers key concepts and definitions relating to fringe benefit tax. Outlines the distinction between cash and non-cash benefits, and discusses specific fringe benefits such as motor vehicles, employment-related loans, and subsidised transport. Also considers unclassified benefits such as child care facilities, car parks, and frequent flyer schemes.
List(s) this item appears in: CCH eBooks - in title order
Item type Home library Call number URL Status Notes Date due Barcode Item reserves
EBook EBook International
CCH eBook (Browse shelf) Link to resource eBook Available as an ebook here
Book Book New Zealand
412.68 FRI 5ed (Browse shelf) Not for loan CA008599
Book Book New Zealand
412.68 FRI 5ed (Browse shelf) Not for loan CA008592
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Fringe benefit tax in context -- Key definitions explained -- Key specific benefits: motor vehicles -- Structuring alternatives for motor vehicles -- Key specific benefits: employment-related loans -- Remaining specific benefits -- Unclassified benefits -- Fringe benefit tax management -- Selected fringe benefit tax issues -- Commonly asked questions.

Covers key concepts and definitions relating to fringe benefit tax. Outlines the distinction between cash and non-cash benefits, and discusses specific fringe benefits such as motor vehicles, employment-related loans, and subsidised transport. Also considers unclassified benefits such as child care facilities, car parks, and frequent flyer schemes.

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