How to Provide FBT Free Benefits to Staff This Christmas Christmas is fast approaching and it’s the time of the year that many businesses want to thank their staff for their service and how much they are appreciated. This article examines the tax implications of holding a Christmas party versus providing staff with certain gifts during this time. It is assumed that the business has not elected to use the 50-50 split method or the 12 week register method. CHRISTMAS PARTIES Christmas parties constitute "entertainment benefits" and as such are subject to fringe benefits tax (FBT) to the extent the expenditure relates...Find Out More
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