FRINGE BENEFITS TAX. is tax payable on a non-salary benefit provided to an employee.
Fringe Benefits Tax - imposed by the Australian Tax Office on some non-salary benefits received by University staff. Paid by the relevant financial unit.
Abbreviation for Fringe Benefits Tax.
Fringe Benefits Tax. A tax on non-salary benefits that is paid by employers on behalf of their employees. Such benefits may include everything from parking to company cars and subsidised home mortgage payments.
Fringe Benefit Tax. A form of income tax levied on fringe benefits provided or granted by employers to employees.
Fringe Benefits Tax. a tax paid by employers, on behalf of their employees, on non-cash benefits including company cars and mobile phones.
Fringe Benefits Tax. A tax payable by the University to the Commonwealth on certain Fringe Benefits.
Fringe Benefits Tax.. Goods and Services Tax. All prices in this handbook are GST inclusive where applicable.
Fringe Benefits Tax. A tax paid on behalf of employees by employers on non- salary benefits, such as company cars, company mobile phones etc.
Fringe benefit tax. Tax levied on non-cash benefits provided to employees as part of remuneration packages.
Fringe benefits tax. Fringe benefits tax (FBT) is a tax payable by employers on certain non-salary fringe benefits provided to their employees (and their associates). A benefit includes any right, privilege, service or facility. FBT ensures that tax is paid on those fringe benefits that are provided in place of, or in addition to the salary or wages of employees.