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Harmonising the fringes of National Insurance and income tax.

Daniel Sandler

Harmonising the fringes of National Insurance and income tax.

by Daniel Sandler

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Published by Institute for Fiscal Studies in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesIFS commentary -- no.36
ContributionsInstitute for Fiscal Studies.
The Physical Object
Pagination30cm.28. tabs.
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15209845M
ISBN 101873357273
OCLC/WorldCa28033357

Fringe Benefits Tax Assessment Act Act No. 39 of as amended This compilation was prepared on 13 October taking into account amendments up to Act No. 97 of Volume 1 includes: Table of Contents Sections 1 – 78A The text of any of those amendments not in force on that date is appended in the Notes section. A company must withhold federal income taxes (backup withholding) from payments made to independent contractors in which of the following cases? when there is a signed contract between the parties, when the contractor is paid more than $10,, when the contractor is a corporation, when the contractor has not provided a taxpayer identification number and the contract is $ or more, or all of.

Institution Contact Person Phone FAX Email Madison Jose Carus, Jr. @ Milwaukee Kristin Fekete Michelle Oberg [email protected] [email protected] Eau Claire Jackie Kriesel Angie Underwood [email protected] [email protected] Green Bay Lisa .   Fringe Benefit Tax - At A Glance. INTRODUCTION. The Finance Act, has imposed a new tax - The Fringe Benefit Tax (FBT). The provisions relating to this new tax are contained in new Chapter XII-H (sections W to WL) of the Income Tax Act, (hereinafter referred to as - the Act-), introduced by the Finance Act, , with effect from (i.e., assessment year ).

Spouse or dependent, Group-term life insurance payable on the Lodging, Lodging on Your Business Premises Long-term care insurance, Exception for certain long-term care benefits. Tax free to the employee up to a specified dollar limit. n 8 n n n Employer-Provided Vehicle Cost of vehicle used by the employee for business or personal purposes. May be taxable or tax free to the employee depending on conditions. n n n n Group Term-Life Insurance Cost of term life insurance provided to the employee. Up to $50, of coverage.


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