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5 Key Considerations
this FBT Season
By Hayley Lock (Partner, KPMG Employment Tax Advisory)
and Stacey Biggar (Senior Manager, KPMG Employment Tax Advisory)
In recent years, FBT practitioners have enjoyed a bit of a hiatus from large scale regulatory change and ATO attention. However, the 31 March 2020 FBT year-end is fast approaching and there have been quite a few tax technical and administrative developments. The KPMG Employment Tax team have outlined 5 key considerations for tax and finance teams this FBT season. 
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