Taxation of fringe benefits under the latest rules
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Taxation of fringe benefits under the latest rules (reflects new temporary regulations) by Melvin Orenstein

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Published by Prentice-Hall Information Services in Paramus, N.J .
Written in English



  • United States.


  • Employee fringe benefits -- Taxation -- Law and legislation -- United States.

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Edition Notes

Includes index.

Statementby Melvin Orenstein.
LC ClassificationsKF6410.Z9 O74 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination39 p. ;
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2284527M
ISBN 100138861935
LC Control Number86150636

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income tax on fringe benefits 1 Chapter 1: Background What is a fringe benefit? “Fringe benefit” means any benefit provided or deemed to be provided by reason of an employment or office. The basis for the taxation of fringe benefits is article 4(1)(b) of the Income Tax File Size: 1MB. Fringe benefits tax (FBT) A fringe benefit is a 'payment' to an employee, but in a different form to salary or wages. For fringe benefits tax (FBT) purposes, an employee includes a: current, future or past employee; director of a company; beneficiary of a trust who works in the business. Examples of fringe benefits include. -The following fringe benefits are not taxable under this Section: (1) Fringe benefits which are authorized and exempted from tax under special laws; (2) Contributions of the employer for the benefit of the employee to retirement, insurance and hospitalization benefit plans;. Type of Fringe Benefit Income Tax Withholding The new rules for the deduction limits on meals are discussed in chapter 2 of the revision of Pub. The IRS anticipates that the revision of Pub. will be available in February you may be able to exclude all or part of the benefit under other fringe benefit rules (de.

Fringe Benefits Tax in the Philippines Fringe benefit is a special form of benefits you provide your employees on in addition to their salaries and wages. It means any good, service or other benefit furnished or granted in cash or in kind by an employer – corporate or sole proprietor, to . TRAIN Law or R.A. was passed which changed the landscape of taxation of employee compensation. At least for those whose monthly basic income ranges from the minimum up to PhP20, There are other significant impact of the TRAIN Law like the increase in the ceiling of 13th month pay and other benefits. However, it [ ].   A Fringe benefits tax refers to a tax that employers pay for benefits (other than a salary or wages) paid to employees. This tax is separate from income tax and is calculated based on the taxable value of the benefits provided. The Australian Taxation Office (“ATO”) has provided useful guidelines in relation to FBT:Author: VIVA Energy Australia.   The comprehensive federal tax reform legislation enacted in late (the Act) made a number of changes to the tax rules affecting the treatment of meals, entertainment, and related fringe benefits. On July 30 PwC hosted a webcast featuring specialists who discussed these issues. This Insight highlights those discussions.