The NTAA's 2017 FBT seminar puts accountants and other staff 'in the know' in relation to key developments for the 2017 FBT year, including, the recent overhaul to the meal entertainment rules (that apply from 1 April 2016) and the ATO's crackdown on employees receiving benefits from customer loyalty programs (e.g., frequent flyer).
Our seminar also caters for FBT-taxable, FBT-rebatable (e.g., sporting clubs) and FBT-exempt (e.g., public hospitals) employers.
Most importantly, the NTAA's 2017 FBT Seminar is written and presented in 'plain English' to ensure that anyone associated with preparing the 2017 FBT Return will be confident with the changes for the 2017 year. This seminar has been specifically tailored for accountants, bookkeepers, HR personnel and tax practitioners who are generally responsible for preparing the 2017 FBT Return.
Why should you attend? New Rules, more challenges!
- Government overhauls the meal entertainment rules - Changes apply from 1 April 2016!
- ATO announces landmark record-keeping concessions for the logbook method
- ATO takes aim at employee benefits received under customer loyalty programs (e.g., frequent flyer)
- Which benefits are under th ATO's audit microscope in the 2017 FBT year?
- Significant changes to the reportable fring benefit rules from 1 April 2016
- ADVANCED FBT planning strategies that SAVE employers and employees thousands of dollars
PLUS, all attendees receive FREE SOFTWARE!!!
Attendees to our FBT seminar will receive comprehensive seminar notes that are unparalleled in their quality. The notes are written in an easy-to-understand style and contain numerous practical examples and case studies.
First Delegate: $549
(ie, $499.09 net of GST)
Additional Delegates: $505
(ie, $459.09 net of GST)
First Delegate: $649
(ie, $590.00 net of GST)
Additional Delegates: $605
(ie, $550.00 net of GST)
Note(*): Non member registration includes 3 months full membership and will commence once you have attended the seminar
All prices include GST