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Everyday Benefit Items

Instant Savings Calculator

Instantly calculate the affect the Full FBT/Exempt Benefit can bring to your take home pay after any of the possible Everyday Benefit Items have been purchased. These benefit items can be utilised at a lower fee than the Exempt Benefit items. The Everyday Benefits included are self-education expenses, superannuation, compassionate travel, bus travel and many more.

The process is simple! Just provide a few details and calculate your savings, then submit your enquiry to us and we will take care of the rest!

I earn $ per annum.

I want to package $ towards

Your Potential Benefit is . . .

$0.00

Per week

$0.00

Per year

Your Weekly Savings Summary

The Exempt Benefit will put more money in your pocket each pay cycle.
This is how much more you will take home each week after paying any of the exempt benefit items listed above.

WITHOUT
Packaging

$0.00

WITH
Packaging

EXTRA $0.00

$0.00

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What is Salary Packaging?

Salary Packaging is a tax effective way to receive your salary as a combination of income & benefits that allows you to deduct some of your pre-tax income & use it to pay for a variety of benefits. By reducing your pre-tax income you can reduce the amount of income tax you pay & in turn increase the amount you take home each pay day.

Exempt Benefit Items

The Fringe Benefits Tax is a tax on certain benefits from your employer which do not include cash salary or wages. Within salary packaging, there are some items which are exempt from this tax.

Everyday Benefit Items
Self-Education ExpensesCompassionate Travel
SuperannuationPortable Electronic Device
Disability/Income ProtectionProfessional Memberships/Subscriptions
Home Office ExpensesAirport Lounge Membership
Bus TravelTools of Trade
Mobile Phone

Compassionate Travel
If you have experienced a sickness or loss of a relative, and you or an immediate family member is required to travel, you can be reimbursed the full amount, including travel, meals and accommodation.

Bus Travel
If you are a Brisbane City resident, you may salary package your go Card expenses, using the SPA bus Travel Benefit card.

Portable Electronic Device (PED)
Each FBT year, you can purchase a laptop or portable electronic device per year if it is used for work-related purposes.

Self-Education Expenses
These expenses include undertaking formal qualifications to improve specific skills or knowledge required in your current employment, or that will be beneficial for future employment.

Disability/Income Protection
This benefit helps put away money if you cannot work due to sickness or injury. With SPA, you can pay for disability/income protection with pre-tax dollars.

Superannuation
Put away additional super in pre-tax dollars, to increase the amount provided by your employer.

Home Office Expenses
These items include electronic devices, paper and other consumable office items. Paying for this pre-tax allows the home office user to work from home.

Professional Memberships/Subscriptions
Professional memberships or subscriptions to professional publications can be salary packaged if they contribute to your work.

Tools of Trade
If you need any items to perform your work, such as electronic tools, laptop accessories, protective gear and other items, these expenses can be paid using pre-tax dollars.

Mobile Phone
If your mobile phone is used for work purposed, you can salary package these costs to be paid for by your employer.

Learn more. Download our Exempt Benefit Guides

Compassionate Travel Fact Sheet

Need to travel due to illness or death in the family?

Bus Travel Fact Sheet

Do you travel to and from work on the bus?

Superannuation Fact Sheet

Grow your superannuation now

* This calculator contains general information and does not necessarily take all of your personal circumstances into account. Salary Packaging Australia encourages you to seek professional, independent tax or financial advice and to consider whether this information is right for you before making a decision. The availability of any packaging benefit is subject to your employer’s approval and compliance with the Australian Income Tax Assessment Act (1997). The Australian Taxation Office can provide advice on compliance.