I have a company setup with two directors, spouses, and trying to get my head around a travel claim we'll likely have in the near future to launch a product. I have read: Claiming travel expenses as a small business Overnight business travel expenses | Australian Taxation Office https://www.ato.gov.au/law/view/document?docid=TXD/TD201419/NAT/ATO/00001&PiT=99991231235958 I will be double checking with my accountant, but would like to confirm I have a reasonable understanding first. Summary: - Trip would be linked to earning income (trying to attract subscribers to a web platform), topical conference, we'd be presenting, networking & likely have some meetings with others in industry - Both directors required, one has knowledge of field, other of technology for platform (product) - International travel & would like to mix some personal travel with business If the conference was 3 days & we wished to add 3 days personal travel: - We could put the entire cost of flights on the company card/account as a claimable expense? - We could put the cost of accommodation & meals (up to the limit) on the company card/account for the portion of the trip which is business related? - All costs incurred during personal travel period (accommodation and meals) would be purchased separately from personal funds. - Fringe benefits wouldn't be reportable (on personal tax returns) if the cost of 50% of flights (portion of trip attributed to personal travel) was less than $2000 each (and no other FB received during the year)? Am I on the right track here? Any common pitfalls to be wary of?