fringe benefits


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fringe benefits

nplbenefici mpl aggiuntivi, fringe benefits mpl
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In Revenue Regulations 03-98, it is clear that the cost of life or health insurance and other nonlife insurance premiums borne by the employer for his employees are subject to fringe benefits tax.
Allowances and fringe benefits received by government employees are subject to withholding tax, the Supreme Court (SC) said in a ruling released Wednesday.
New Hyde Park, NY, July 17, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Companies are now offering more Fringe Benefits than ever before to obtain and retain talent in their organizations.
The report also calls out public universities and community colleges statewide for providing "excessive fringe benefits" and lucrative exit deals for top administrators, including a $480,418 severance package to the former Illinois State University president after less than a year on the job.
Many taxpayers associate the term "fringe benefits" with minor forms of compensation, such as employee achievement awards or holiday gifts.
S CORPORATIONS CAN OFFER EMPLOYEES THE same fringe benefits as other business entities; however, so-called 2% shareholders (shareholders owning more than 2% of the corporation's outstanding stock on any day during the S corporation's tax year, considering both direct and constructive ownership) are treated as partners for fringe benefit purposes.
The 1RS recently published its 2012 Publication 15-B "Employer's Guide to Fringe Benefits." The updated publication contains information for employers concerning the employment tax treatment of fringe benefits.
Allow self-employed individuals to receive transit fringe benefits for work-related commuting.
The other reason that was forwarded for this income discrepancy is that so-called fringe benefits like a housing allowance, motor vehicle allowance and all sorts of other allowances fall away at retirement and are not replaced by the pension.
THE Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) announced on Friday that any installment of advance tax paid in respect of fringe benefits for the assessment year 2010-11 will be treated as advance income tax paid by the assessee for the year.
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