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When calculating net value, you should exclude the shares, units and other interests (apart from debt) that you hold in an entity connected with you or your affiliate. This is because the net value of the CGT assets of the connected entity is already included in the test.
However, include any liabilities relating to these excluded interests in connected entities.
Non-business assets of affiliates or connected entities
Include the net value of assets of your affiliates, and entities connected with your affiliates, only if the assets are used, or held ready for use, in a business carried on by you or an entity connected with you. However, don’t include an asset of your affiliate or an entity connected with your affiliate if it is used, or held ready for use, in the business of an entity that is connected with you only because of your affiliate.
Personal use and superannuation assets
If you are an individual, you should also disregard the following assets when working out the net value of your CGT assets:
- assets being used solely for your personal use and enjoyment, or that of your affiliate
- your own home, to the extent that you use it for private purposes (also, if your only other use is some incidental income-producing use, exclude your home from the net asset value test)
- rights to amounts payable out of a superannuation fund or an approved deposit fund
- rights to an asset of a superannuation fund or an approved deposit fund
- insurance policies on your life.
Where an asset is disregarded, any related liability is also disregarded because these liabilities are not related to an asset included in the net asset value calculation.