S CORPORATIONS CAN OFFER EMPLOYEES THE same fringe benefits as other business entities; however, so-called 2% shareholders (shareholders owning more than 2% of the corporation's outstanding stock on any day during the S corporation's tax year, considering both direct and constructive ownership) are treated as partners for fringe benefit purposes.
What does FB stand for?
FB stands for Fringe Benefit
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 43 other meanings of FB in our Acronym Attic
- Fozzie Bear (The Muppet Show character)
- Frame Buffer
- Framing Bit
- Frank Black (musician)
- Frauenbeauftragte (German: Women's Assembly)
- Frederiksberg (Danish railway station)
- Freight Bill
- Fresno Bee (newspaper)
- Friends with Benefits
- Friendship Book (swapping)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Fringe benefit tax (FBT) was introduced by the Finance Act, 2005 on the value of certain fringe benefits as contained in Chapter XII H of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
61-21(g) contains the fringe benefit rules and methodology for valuing non-commercial flights on employer-provided aircraft.
In my article I avoided comparing the overall fringe benefit rate of teachers to nonteachers for the reason Howard Nelson notes, and then ignores.
Only in such inter-locking contexts (for example, workplace control, status, respectability and toughness) can the negative attitudes of operatives to welfare and fringe benefit provision be understood.
23 Kyodo The monthly total companies paid in fiscal 2000 in nonlegally mandated fringe benefits for workers dipped 2.