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    Adjustments

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    You must make an adjustment when you use the fuel for a different purpose than the one you intended at the time you acquired, imported or manufactured it, resulting in a change to your entitlement. That is, your entitlement was correct at the time you acquired the fuel and made a claim but your actual use of the fuel later changed.

    If you must make an adjustment, you should account for it in the period you actually use the fuel for another purpose.

    Example: Adjustment

    Mia is a primary producer. On 1 September 2011, she acquires 10,000 litres of diesel to use in her combine harvester. The fuel tax credit rate for diesel is 38.143 cents per litre, so Mia claims fuel tax credits of $3,814 on her BAS for the quarterly tax period ending 30 September 2011.

    During November, Mia uses 1,000 litres of the diesel in her one-tonne utility that she uses for driving to and from town. As she is not entitled to claim fuel tax credits for this fuel (because it is used in a vehicle with a GVM of 4.5 tonne or less, travelling on a public road), Mia must make a fuel tax credit adjustment on her next BAS.

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      Last modified: 18 Jul 2013QC 26645