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Session 4: Employee obligations - Is anyone getting it right? Why employers are struggling to pay employees their dues and the associated tax risks in a STP world. All the latest and what you need to know about: The changes to the reintroduced superannuation amnestyThe revived changes to CGT main residence exemptionUpdate on progress of the Board of Taxation Residency ReviewChanges to super including OTE definition and opt-out for directorsRecent topical cases and ATO guidance.Presenters: Amanda Spinks, EY and Ben Turner, FTI, EYAmanda Spinks, is a Director in the EY People Advisory Services Practice, with almost 15 years of experience, specialising in Employment Taxes. Amanda works with her clients to focus on the taxation implications of their people strategies. Amanda’s key areas of speciality include advisory and compliance for payments to employees, directors and contractors, covering superannuation, PAYG withholding, fringe benefits tax and payroll taxBen Turner, FTI, is a Senior Manager in EY’s People Advisory Services team. Ben is a Chartered Accountant with over 13 years’ experience specialising in taxation issues including expatriate taxation, Fringe Benefits Tax, superannuation/social security and payroll tax. Ben works closely with major organisations, particularly in the Human Resources and Finance areas to address remuneration and tax issues and tools to maximise planning opportunities and manage risks
Session 4: Employee obligations - Is anyone getting it right?
Why employers are struggling to pay employees their dues and the associated tax risks in a STP world.
All the latest and what you need to know about:
Presenters: Amanda Spinks, EY and Ben Turner, FTI, EY
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