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  • Trans-Tasman imputation - revocation

    For New Zealand companies

    This form allows a New Zealand company that has made a NZ franking choice to revoke the choice. The revocation takes effect when this form is given to the Australian Commissioner of Taxation.


    A revocation of the franking choice will result in either:

    • a cancellation of any franking surplus that is in the franking account
    • a franking deficit tax liability arising if the franking account is in deficit.
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    Lodging the form

    This Trans-Tasman imputation revocation form is designed for transmission over the internet. To transmit the form successfully, you must meet the minimum system requirements.

    If you elect to use the electronic version of the form, you will receive a receipt number when you submit it. This will be followed within 48 hours by an email confirmation of your form lodgment.

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    Read the Form Client 5 transmission requirements for more information.

    For help with downloading and using the software read Instructions for using the Form Client 5 software.

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    Download Trans-Tasman imputation revocation form.

    If you cannot transmit the form, save and print a copy of the completed form and post it to:

    Australian Taxation Office
    PO Box 3373
    Penrith NSW 2740

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    Printable version

    If you only need a blank non-transmittable version of this resource, download the Trans-Tasman imputation revocation form instructions TTI revocation form.

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    More information

    For more information about the Trans-Tasman imputation system, refer to the series of fact sheets available at Imputation essentials or phone us on +61 13 24 78 between 8.00am and 6.00pm (Australian Eastern Standard Time) Monday to Friday.


    For Australian companies

    Further Information

    Australian companies wishing to elect out of the New Zealand imputation system, should visit

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    Last modified: 28 Nov 2012QC 17529