• ### T5 Tax payable

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Is the amount at T3 Subtotal more than the amount at E Refundable tax offsets?

No

Write 0 at T5.

Take T3 Subtotal away from E Refundable tax offsets.

Write the result at I Tax offset refunds.

Yes

• Take E Refundable tax offsets away from T3 Subtotal.
• Write the result at T5.

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

Example: Calculating T5 Tax payable (refundable tax offsets less than T3)

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

Calculation of T5 Tax payable (refundable offsets less than T3)

Calculation of T5 Tax payable (refundable offsets less than T3)
Calculation of T5 Tax payable (refundable offsets less than T3)

Section D: Income tax calculation statement

Amount used in calculation

T3 Subtotal

\$1,500

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 T3 Subtotal of \$1,500. The amount at T5 Tax payable is \$1,000 (that is, \$1,500 − \$500).

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Example: Calculating T5 Tax payable (refundable tax offsets greater than T3)

SMSF T5 writes the following amounts in its SMSF annual return:

Calculation of T5 Tax payable (refundable offsets greater than T3)

Calculation of T5 Tax payable (refundable offsets greater than T3)
Calculation of T5 Tax payable (refundable offsets greater than T3)

Section D: Income tax calculation statement

Amount used in calculation

T3 Subtotal

\$1,500

E Refundable tax offsets

\$2,000

T5 Tax payable

\$0

I Tax offset refunds

\$500

SMSF T5 has more refundable tax offsets (\$2,000) than tax (T3 Subtotal \$1,500).

SMSF T5 uses the refundable tax offsets of \$2,000 to reduce the tax to \$0, which it writes at T5 Tax payable.

SMSF T5 writes the remaining refundable tax offset (\$500) at I Tax offset refunds and this is available as a credit amount in the overall calculation.

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