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I currently work for a NFP organisation and in this FBT year I have already claimed and received the maximum $15,900 FBT allowed,

 

I am about to move to another NFP organisation within the same FBT year, am I able to claim the maximum $15,900 FBT once again. In other words is the maximum $15,900 per employer (so I could receive it more than once) or as an individual in one FBT year?

 

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Hi @alexaidar,

 

Welcome to our Community!

 

We have answered this question in the past, check out our previous response.

 

I hope this helps, JodieM

 

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Hi @alexaidar,

 

Welcome to our Community!

 

We have answered this question in the past, check out our previous response.

 

I hope this helps, JodieM