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Fringe Benefit Tax Training

Are you an employer and need to file fringe benefit tax (FBT) returns? Do you want to learn more about how FBT returns are prepared?

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We believe accounting and tax knowledge are essential life skills for everyone. That’s why this is the first building block to our unique wealth model.

Employers providing fringe benefits may be required to file FBT returns on a quarterly or annual basis. There are software that can assist with the preparation of FBT returns. That said, employers should have the basic FBT knowledge to review the output from the software and confirm the FBT calculated by the is correct.

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Learn from Experienced Tutors

Our team has been offering tax courses for adults since 2013. We are teaching tax at universities in Auckland and founded Tax Tutoring in 2013 to offer courses for university students. You can find feedback (under photos) from the tax tutorials here:

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Practical FBT Training Content

Our webinars go through practical work examples and explain technical issues in simple terms. Some also explain the return preparation process step by step and provide template workpaper where relevant. Our webinars operate on a one charge per purchase basis which makes learning more cost effective than ever! They are targeted at straight forward income tax returns, are self-paced and can be viewed whenever it suits you.

Be able to file your own FBT correctly

Our process is set out in the diagram below. We recommend self-prepared returns be reviewed by a Chartered Accountant before submission to Inland Revenue as tax rules may change. You can book a review of your tax return here.

Our approach

Benefits of our FBT training courses

  • Provide only value-added work as each taxpayer has different experience and knowledge,
  • Reduce significant accounting and tax fees in current and subsequent years,
  • Improve taxpayers’ existing knowledge on tax and accounting, and
  • Reduce hassle and time spent to collate and send information to accountants.

Disclaimer: Please note the content of the webinars is based on the tax law at the time when the webinar was recorded.

Want to enhance your knowledge in FBT?

We can undertake a session with you one on one or in small groups.

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