I would be interested in the payroll tax paid in Perrin’s case as he has so little super – an obligatory payment to all staff, what about fringe benefits tax on travel and directors loans?
How does ASIC and the ATO allow these people to play in Australian business? If it was any small Aussie entrepreneur they would be fined for non-compliance. $16,000 total in his super – what a joke.
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