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From the monthly archives: June 2017

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Tax Planning Strategy 167 | In-house Recreation Facilities

The cost of providing in-house recreation facilities to employees is deductible if it is located on the employer’s premises.

Tax Planning Strategy 85 | $20,000 Asset Write-Off

Small businesses can claim a tax deduction for depreciable assets they purchase for their business provided they cost less than $20,000 each.

Tax Planning Strategy 166 | Exempt Childcare Benefits

Childcare benefits provided by an employer will be exempt from FBT under section 47(2) FBTAA where the employer has In-house childcare facilities.

Tax Planning Strategy 164 | Remote Area Housing

 If a housing benefit is deemed a remote area housing benefit the employer can claim a tax deduction for the employees housing costs, and no FBT is payable.

Tax Planning Strategy 131 | Companies

The advantages of operating a business through a company include 30% tax rate (standard company tax rate and 27.5% tax rate for companies with a turnover less than $10m pa.