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Salary packaging is an Australian Taxation Office (ATO) approved method of paying your employee’s remuneration package in a combination of cash salary and non-cash benefits, such as cars, living expenses, professional membership fees and extra superannuation. By paying for these items with a pre-tax deduction, employees will only be taxed on the remaining income. All employees, that have approval, are able to salary package and potentially save thousands of dollars each year.
Easi partner with you to set up and explain salary packaging in easy to understand terms. We also assist your Payroll Department with applying the packaging schedule and provide assistance with managing the ongoing deductions.
Jenny is University Lecturer earning a gross salary of $125,000. Jenny is looking to upgrade to a bigger car and is thinking of leasing for three years. Jenny travels 30,000kms a year and he would also like to package superannuation contributions of $10,000 per year, a mobile and PDA for $2,000 and an Airport Lounge Membership for $1,000 per annum. By packaging these items Jenny will be able to save $6212 in tax and will be $155 a week better off.
Salary packaging items available for University employers
- Airport lounge membership
- Childcare (employer provided only)
- Financial advice
- Gym membership (In-House)
- Income protection insurance
- Investment loans
- Laptop or Notebook computers (PDAs)
- Living Away from Home Allowance
- Mobile phone (business use)
- Novated Lease (ATC)
- Parking (Onsite)
- Professional Subscriptions
- Relocation expenses
- Remote Area Benefits
- Self Education Expenses
- Union membership
- Work Related Travel Expenses
Your Easi Business Relationship Manager will explain the employer process and send through the agreement.
You sign off on the employer agreement.
Easi will take care of generating the required declarations, reports and reconciliations.
You start enjoying increased staff morale and retention.