Schedule 25A instructions 2011
Includes where to show foreign branch non-assessable, non-exempt income and lists new exemption and country codes for foreign locations.
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Schedule 25A instructions 2011 will help you complete Schedule 25A 2011 (NAT 1125).
These instructions include information about:
- related-party international dealings
- permanent establishments
- foreign branch non-assessable non-exempt income
- country codes for foreign locations
- pricing methods.
A worked example at appendix 5 shows how a hypothetical Australian resident company would complete the schedule.
When we refer to 'you', 'your business' or 'taxpayer' in these instructions, we are referring either to you as a business entity (for example, a company, trust, partnership or superannuation fund) that conducts a business, or to you as the tax agent or public officer responsible for completing the schedule.
This publication is not a guide to income tax law. Please get help from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) or a recognised tax adviser if you feel that this publication does not fully cover your circumstances.
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Last modified: 28 Sep 2012QC 24214