For more information on this restructure see:
For more information about the tax implications of receiving scrip and cash for your shares in a takeover, see:
- Takeovers and mergers, scrip for scrip roll-over
This fact sheet outlines how to calculate your capital gain or loss when you receive a combination of cash and shares for your shares, and the effect of choosing to apply scrip for scrip roll-over on your tax liabilities.
For more general information about the tax implications of owning shares, see the following publications:
- You and your shares (NAT 2632-6.2006)
This publication is for individuals investing in shares or convertible notes and offers guidance on the taxation of dividends from investments, allowable deductions from dividend income and record keeping requirements for investors.
- Guide to capital gains tax (NAT 4151-6.2006)
This publication explains how capital gains tax works and will help you to calculate your net capital gain or net capital loss.
- Personal investors guide to capital gains tax (NAT 4152-6.2006)
Shorter than the Guide to capital gains tax, this publication covers the sale, gift or other disposal of shares or units, distribution of capital gains from managed funds and non-assessable payments from companies or managed funds. It does not cover CGT consequences for bonus shares, shares acquired under an employee share scheme, bonus units, rights and options, and shares and units where a takeover or demerger has occurred - for these you will need to refer to the longer Guide to capital gains tax.
For help in applying this information to your own situation, phone us on 13 28 61.