• Non-profit organisations operating a public benevolent institution employer

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    This information may not apply to the current year. Check the content carefully to ensure it is applicable to your circumstances.

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    Where your organisation is endorsed by us for the operation of a part of it that is a public benevolent institution employer and the rest of the organisation is a rebatable employer, you must lodge FBT returns as follows:

    • If the fringe benefits you provide to the employees of the public benevolent institution employer are less than the $30,000 capping threshold, then the organisation will continue to lodge an FBT return only as a rebatable employer.
    • If the fringe benefits you provide to the employees of the public benevolent institution employer exceed the $30,000 capping threshold, you must pay tax on the aggregate non-exempt amount of the public benevolent institution employer.

    In this situation, the organisation effectively lodges an FBT return as both a rebatable employer and as a public benevolent institution.

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    Changes affecting organisations endorsed for the operation of a public benevolent institution apply from 3 December 2012 – for more information, refer to Entities endorsed for the operation of PBIs and HPCs.

    For more about eligibility for this concession, including endorsement, phone us on 1300 130 248.

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    Complete these items in the same way as a taxable employer would – refer to the section Taxable employers.

    14 Calculated fringe benefits taxable amounts

    For the amounts that you will be treated as a:

    15 Fringe benefits taxable amount

    Show at item 15 the sum of the amounts at items 14A, 14B and 14C.

    16 Amount of tax payable

    This is 46.5% of the amount you wrote at item 15 (the FBT rate multiplied by the fringe benefits taxable amount).

    17 Aggregate non-rebatable amount

    You cannot claim a rebate on the aggregate non-exempt amount – you must add the tax payable on this amount to the aggregate non-rebatable amount.

    Calculate the aggregate non-rebatable amount as shown in the rebatable employer instructions – refer to the section Rebatable employers. Add to this amount the tax payable on the aggregate non-exempt amount (item 14C x 46.5%).

    Show the total at item 17.

    18 Amount of rebate

    Calculate your rebate as shown in the rebatable employer instructions for this item – refer to the section Rebatable employers.

    Example: Calculate the amount of rebate

    A non-profit organisation endorsed for the operation of a public benevolent institution employer has a fringe benefits taxable amount of $150,000 and gross tax of $69,750.00 ($150,000 x 46.5%). The taxable amount is made up of:

    • $105,000 type 1 benefits (type 1 aggregate amount of $50,855 x 2.0647)
    • $33,000 type 2 benefits (type 2 aggregate amount of $17,655 x 1.8692)
    • an aggregate non-exempt amount of $12,000.

    The employer was rebatable for the whole FBT year.

    The employer has two employees in the rebatable part of the organisation with individual grossed-up non-rebatable amounts greater than $30,000. One employee has an amount of $50,000, and the other has an amount of $45,000.

    The calculation of the aggregate non-rebatable amount is as follows:

    ($50,000 – $30,000) + ($45,000 – $30,000) x 46.5%
    = $16,275.00

    Add to this amount the tax payable on the aggregate non-exempt amount ($12,000 x 46.5%)
    = $5,580.00

    $16,275.00 + $5,580.00
    = $21,855.00

    The calculation of the amount of rebate is as follows:

    0.48 x ($69,750.00 – $21,855.00)
    = $22,989.60

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    Last modified: 23 Oct 2013QC 27133