Should fringe benefits from an employer be declared in a change of assesment?
#22209 (In Topic #3767)
Moral dilemna about declaring/not declaring fringe benefits like frequent flyer points in a change of assessment form
The heading is pretty descriptive of this issue. A colleague has been "invited" to participate in a change of assessment. In preparing their response theystarted wondering if he should declare some fringe benefits their employer provides. Things like a mobile phone, laptop computer, professional society membership and so on. Any thoughts?
Last edit: by MikeT
I've never had to do a change of assessment so I'm not sure what they ask for. If I were the payer I would only provide what they specifically ask for, especially considering the decisions that I have seen and been told about. If I were the payee then it wouldn't worry me as the decisions that I have seen or heard about appear to not take such things into consideration.
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