Our flexible, compliant, and trusted salary packaging products can save your employees thousands in tax, and make your organisation the first choice for talent. Take advantage of the wide range of tax saving benefits available to the Not for Profit and Charity sector to increase employee retention and build loyalty
What benefits can I offer our employees?
- Mortgage Repayments
- Private Home Rental
- School & University Fees, etc.
- Laptops, Mobiles & Devices
- Superannuation Contributions
- Airport Lounge Membership
- Professional Journal & Body Costs
Is my organisation eligible?
Depending upon what type of Not for Profit or Charity your organisation is, determines which Salary Packaging Benefits you will be able to offer your staff. We work with many Not for Profit and Charity employers who offer this mutually beneficial arrangement to their staff as an employee incentive program and we encourage you to reach out to us to discuss which salary packaging benefits you may be able to offer.
How it works
e.g. Liz is a carer at a nursing home and has a salary of $48,000 per annum before super. Her fortnightly take home pay before tax is $1,846.15. Liz’s rent is $600 per fortnight, which is over $1,300 per month. After she pays her rent, her fortnightly earnings go down to $975.88 after tax. If Liz were to take her rent out using her pre-tax earnings, she would take home an extra $144 every fortnight compared to paying it from her net salary.
e.g. Trevor works for a trade union organisation and has a salary package of $88,000 per annum before super. His take home pay was $2,529, every fortnight before he paid the mortgage on his house, which is $610 every fortnight. Therefore after he paid his mortgage, he had $1,919 left. We set up his salary package to pay his mortgage from his pre tax salary by using the available cap and included the FBT liability after the rebate of 47% was applied. Trevor’s take home pay after his mortgage was paid went to $1,941 every fortnight. Effectively this meant that he had a pay increase of $14 every fortnight, which equates to an extra $361 per year.