Benefits in Your Industry

Find out more about the specific salary packaging benefits applicable to your industry and employer

Your salary packaging benefits

There are lots of great benefits that the ATO allows most employees to salary package. The type of industry that you work in, and your employer, determines which benefits are available to you.

Select your industry to see the benefits

  • Healthcare

    Healthcare employees could save on tax by salary packaging mortgage, rent and other everyday living expenses.

  • Government

    Government employees could save on tax by salary packaging cars and superannuation to increase take-home pay.

  • Not-for-profit, Disability and Aged Care

    Not-for-Profit employees may be eligible to salary package and save on a huge range of everyday expenses.

  • Corporate

    Corporate employees could save on tax and increase take-home pay by by salary packaging cars and superannuation.

  • Private Education

    Private school teachers and staff may be eligible to salary package cars and superannuation which could increase take-home pay.

  • Public Education

    Public school teachers and Department of Education employees could save on tax by salary packaging to increase take-home pay.

See the benefits your employer offers and how much you could save.



How could salary packaging benefits save me money?
Do I need to work full time to be able to salary package?
How much can I salary package?
Is there a cost to salary package?
Can I salary package if I have an education debt, such as HECS-HELP?
Is salary packaging a fringe benefit?
What is Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT)?
Will salary packaging benefits impact my annual income tax return?
Do I require financial advice to salary package?
Can I claim for any of the benefits included in my salary packaging in my tax return?


Important information:
This is general information only. Before entering into any salary packaging or novated leasing arrangement, you should consider your objectives, financial situation and needs, and, seek appropriate legal, financial or other professional advice based upon your own particular circumstances. The availability of benefits is determined by your employer. Conditions and fees apply