• T5 Tax payable

    Attention

    Warning:

    This information may not apply to the current year. Check the content carefully to ensure it is applicable to your circumstances.

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    Is the amount at T2 Subtotal more than the amount at E Refundable tax offsets?

    No

    Write 0 at T5.

    Take T2 Subtotal away from E Refundable tax offsets.

    Write the result at I Tax offset refunds.

    Yes

    • Take E Refundable tax offsets away from T2 Subtotal.
    • Write the result at T5.

     

    T5 is mandatory. If you leave T5 blank, you will have specified a zero amount.

    Example: Calculating T5 Subtotal (refundable tax offsets less than T2)

    SMSF T5 has no excess refundable tax offsets. It writes the following amounts in its SMSF annual return:

    Section D: Income tax calculation statement

    Amount not used in calculation

    Amount used in calculation

    T2 Subtotal

     

    $1,500

    E1 Complying fund's franking credits tax offset

    $500

     

    E Refundable tax offsets

     

    $500

    T5 Tax payable

    $1,000

    I Tax offset refunds

    $0

    SMSF T5 takes the $500 refundable tax offsets away from its T2 Subtotal of $1,500. The amount at T5 Tax payable is $1,000 (that is, $1,500 – $500).

    End of example
    Last modified: 15 Jan 2016QC 44344