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Spotlight on FBT webinar series

Co-presented by PwC & Taxlab

 

Our PwC Academy in partnership with Taxlab, will present a three part webinar series, putting the spotlight on Fringe Benefit Tax (FBT). The series will include an overview and refresher on FBT principles,  FBT calculation methods, and the most common errors and pitfalls when preparing and reviewing FBT returns. Co-presented by Isaac Moffat-Young (PwC New Zealand) and Jeremy Dobbie (Taxlab).

In these sessions, we will cover:

Fringe Benefit Tax Overview and Refresher

  • Overview of rules and definitions

    • Single Rate vs Alternate Rate

    • Classified vs Unclassified

    • Attributable vs Non-Attributable

    • De-minimis thresholds

  • Recent law changes and rate increases

FBT Calculation Methods

  • Overview of calculation options

    • Single Rate

    • Short Form Alternate Rate

    • Full Attribution Alternate Rate

    • The New ‘pooled’ alternate rate option proposed in the August 2021 Tax Bill

  • Evaluating your calculation options in 2022

  • Getting help from FBT Calculation software

Most Common Errors and Pitfalls when Preparing and Reviewing FBT Returns

  • Most common errors and pitfalls

    • Data collection

    • Preparing FBT returns

    • Reviewing FBT returns

  • Managing incorrect reporting

  • Reducing risks


PwC Academy live

This webinar is being presented as a part of our PwC Academy live platform. PwC Academy live hosts a limited number of our market trend webinar updates, allowing you a small taste of our subscription offering.

Through the portal you will hear from our subject matter experts as they deliver market and economy updates, technical updates and business insights updates that help you to navigate today’s business environment.

 

Contact us

Grace Hamilton

PwC | Academy Product owner

027 772 3725

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Scott McLiver

PwC | Partner

021 820 945

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Erin Aspros

PwC | Academy

027 669 597

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