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  • Section 5 - Tainted income ratio for listed country CFCs for statutory accounting periods commencing before 1 July 1997



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    The following tainted income ratio is used to determine the active income test for a CFC in a country on the original list for statutory accounting periods commencing before 1 July 1997:

    Tainted eligible designated concession income ÷ eligible designated concession income

    Countries on the original list are shown at attachment A in appendix 1.

    Eligible designated concession income (EDCI) is the part of gross turnover that is both:

    • designated as a concession by the Income Tax Regulations - see appendix 1
    • is not taxed in any listed country other than under a designated concession.

    Tainted EDCI is EDCI that is also passive income, tainted sales income or tainted services income.

    Last modified: 05 Dec 2006QC 17522