Taxation law, accounting, Basic Statistics

An employer provides taxable fringe benefits of $11,000 (GST inclusive) for his

employees during the relevant period, all being for creditable purposes and

input tax credits of $1,000 were claimed (i.e. type I benefits). No non-exempt

or type 2 benefits were provided.

REQUIRED:

Explain and calculate FBT liability. What is the after - tax cost to the

employer of providing the benefits?
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