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Articles Tagged: how fringe benefits tax is calculated on motor vehicles

  1. May 20 2020

    EOFY Really is The Best Time to Buy a New Car

    New cars in dealership

    The time of car brands bombarding our TV screens is approaching promoting their unmissable deals and prices never to be seen again.

    EOFY isn’t just a
    marketing myth, but really is the best time to buy your new car!

    Incentives are placed
    on customers to buy and move stock rather than dealers –

  2. May 20 2020

    What Dealer Fit Options Are Worth the Investment?

    What dealer fit options are worth the investment

    You’ve just spent your time carefully selecting all your options for your novated lease, like paint colour, engine and body style. Before you’re handed the keys to your new car, dealers will most likely offer you some more ‘special’ options – dealer fit options. These can be added to further customise,

  3. May 20 2020

    Why You Need a Dash Cam in Your Novated Lease

    Dash cam in a car

    The small gadget is finding its way onto more and more windscreens. Insurance company Allianz has found that around one in five Aussie drivers are recording their daily drives with insurance claims being the main reason behind them doing so.

    Dash cams have been available to motorists for many years now and have not only proved to be useful in assisting insurance claims,

  4. May 6 2020

    The Ultimate ‘First Car Buyer’ Guide

    Girl celebrating her new car purchase

    You’re buying your first car? Congrats! Often referred to as the second most expensive purchase you’ll make in your life… this is a significant moment, and we’re here to help you get it right.

    Here are a few questions you should consider before signing
    on the dotted line.

  5. Apr 24 2020

    Salary Packaging for Not-For-Profit Employers During COVID-19

    As part of Remunerator’s Salary Packaging Program, employees
    are able to salary package meal entertainment expenses up to a maximum capped
    amount of $2,650 per FBT year in addition to the general expense threshold.

    However, with restaurants and public venues currently
    closed, many employees are left wondering how to spend their meal entertainment
    cap during the FBT year ending 31 March 2021.