Show at item M the value of any residual fringe benefits you provide. You may provide a residual fringe benefit when you provide an employee with either of the following:
- any right, privilege, service or facility
- any other benefit that is not one of the specific categories of fringe benefits included at other categories in item 23.
The transitional rules that applied to in-house residual fringe benefits provided under a salary packaging arrangement entered into before 22 October 2012 ceased to apply from 1 April 2014.
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Last modified: 27 Mar 2015QC 44652
Example: Calculate other benefits (residual fringe benefits)
An employer has a one-tonne utility with $8,000 in total operating costs for the FBT year. The employee uses the utility for both business and private purposes. The employee provides the employer with a declaration stating that they used the utility 25% of the time for private purposes. The employee has not made any contributions during the year.
The calculation for the utility as a residual fringe benefit would be:
($8,000 x 25%) – $0 = $2,000
Value of reduction is $8,000 x 75% = $6,000 (business usage).
The employer shows this at item 23 as follows:
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