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  • Example – Case study 2

    This example uses information provided in Case study 2: Celadon Club in 'Mutuality and taxable income'. Refer to Case study 2 for information to help you understand this example, such as the club's financial statements and the calculation of its taxable income.

    The Celadon Club has determined its taxable income for the year ended 30 June and is ready to complete its 2022 Company tax return.

    For guidance in completing its tax return, the club uses:

    The following are extracts of the labels on the club’s completed return.

    Relevant period

    The club leaves this item blank, as the dates will default as 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2022.

    Item 2 Description of main business activity

    The club’s main activity is providing licensed facilities to its members and the general public. It enters ‘Licensed club’ in the Description of main business activit’ item and ‘45301’ at B Industry code.

    Item 3 Status of company

    The club is resident in Australia and is a non-profit company. It selects C1 and D3.

    The club is a small business entity. It also selects F1.

    The club does not select any other boxes as none of them apply.

    Item 6 Calculation of total profit or loss

    Item 6 amounts are from the following calculations. The club uses the revenue and expense items from its financial statements (to see their financial statements, refer to Case study 2 in Mutuality and taxable income).

    T Total profit or loss equals the club’s net profit in its financial statements.

    Income

    Label

    Revenue item

    $

    C

    Bar sales

    827,695

    C

    Bingo and raffle income

    23,496

    C

    Club luncheons – ticket sales

    22,500

    C

    Poker machine revenue

    1,598,247

     C

    Total at C

    2,471,938

    F

    Interest received

    54,322

    G

    Function room hire

    6,000

    G

    Lease income – restaurant

    10,000

    G

    Total at G

    16,000

    R

    Total of other revenue amounts

    137,840

    S

    Total Income

    2,680,100

    Note: C Other sales of goods and services includes gross sales of trading stock and gross earnings from services. After filling in relevant specific labels, any remaining gross revenue (such as membership subscriptions) is included at R Other gross income.

    Expenses

    Label

    Expense item

    $

    A

    Bar expenses – cost of goods sold

    392,576

    A

    Bingo expenses

    4,533

    A

    Club luncheons – catering

    13,500

    A

    Club luncheons – entertainment

    3,000

    A

    Raffle expenses

    24,851

    A

    Central monitoring service charges

    26,183

    A

    Total at A

    464,643

    D

    Superannuation

    66,499

    X

    Bar – decline in value

    13,592

    X

    Decline in value (depreciating assets)

    121,498

    X

    Gaming – decline in value

    262,481

    X

    Total at X

    397,571

    Z

    Bar – maintenance and supplies

    29,764

    Z

    Gaming – repairs and maintenance

    36,438

    Z

    Repairs and maintenance

    86,563

    Z

    Total at Z

    152,765

    S

    Total of other expense amounts

    1,320,429

    Q

    Total expenses

    2,401,907

    Note: X Depreciation expenses includes depreciation amounts for accounting purposes because the club is not using the simplified depreciation rules. After filling in relevant specific labels, any remaining expenditure (such as subscription expenses) is included at S All other expenses.

    Item 7 Reconciliation to taxable income or loss

    Item 7 amounts are from the following calculations. The club uses worksheet 2 in the Company tax return instructions 2022 for W Non-deductible expenses and Q Other income not included in assessable income.

    T Taxable income or loss equals the club's taxable income in Case study 2 in Mutuality and taxable income.

    Label

    Classification item

    $

    W

    Depreciation expenses – X item 6

    397,571

    W

    Expenses incurred in deriving non-assessable non-exempt income:

    • Members magazine $8,000
    • Membership cards $2,000
    • Subscription expenses $9,226
     

    19,226

    W

    Other non-deductible expenses less non-deductible decline in value expenses (see note a)

    1,352,186

    W

    Total at W

    1,768,983

    F

    Deduction for decline in value of depreciating assets (see note b)

    111,479

    Q

    Other income amounts in the accounts that are not assessable income:

    • Member subscriptions
     



    51,800

    Q

    Other non-assessable revenue (see Note c)

    1,780,616

    Q

    Total at Q

    1,832,416

    Note: The following figures are taken from 'Step 3: Separate the apportionable items' in Case study 2 in Mutuality and taxable income:

    • a Total non-deductible expenses less total non-deductible decline in value (depreciating assets)  
      • = $1,638,278 – ($9,781 + $87,430 + $188,881)
        = $1,352,186
    • b Total deductible decline in value (depreciating assets)  
      • = $3,811 + $34,068 + $73,600
        = $111,479
    • c Total non-assessable revenue = $1,780,616.

    Item 15 Licensed clubs only

    As the Celadon Club is a licensed club, it calculates the percentage of its non-member income as follows:

    • = (total non-member income ÷ total income) × 100
    • = ($847,684 ÷ $2,680,100) × 100 = 31.6288%.

    Note: Total non-member income = Assessable income from 'STEP 4: Calculate the taxable income' in Case study 2 in Mutuality and taxable income.

    The club rounds the percentage to whole figures and writes 32% at A.

    The percentage of non-member income entered at this item differs from the club's non-member percentages calculated in Case study 2 of Mutuality and taxable income. This is because:

    • the club used more than one method of apportionment – that is, a simple method and the Waratahs formula
    • the club's total income includes non-member income such as bank interest.
      Last modified: 01 Jul 2022QC 69983