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Show at F5 the no-TFN tax offset claimed.
A fund is entitled to a refundable no-TFN tax offset for the current income year if:
- tax was payable by the fund on an amount of no-TFN quoted contributions in one of the most recent three income years ending before the current year, and
- the no-TFN quoted contributions were made to the fund to provide superannuation benefits for an individual who provided their TFN to the fund for the first time in 2010-11.
The no-TFN tax offset is the total of the additional tax paid or payable on amounts of no-TFN quoted contributions where the above conditions have been met.
Example 7: Superannuation fund showing a credit at F5 Credit: no-TFN tax offset
The Margarita Superannuation Fund is a complying fund. The fund reported $10,000 no-TFN quoted contributions in its 2009-10 tax return and paid additional tax of $3,150 on those no-TFN quoted contributions.
The no-TFN quoted contribution income included $2,000 of assessable contributions made by Julie, as she had not provided her TFN to the fund by 30 June 2010. For the no-TFN quoted contributions attributed to Julie, the fund paid $630 tax. Julie provided her TFN to the fund on 30 September 2010.
In its 2010-11 tax return, the fund is entitled to claim a no-TFN tax offset for the $630 tax paid on the $2,000 no-TFN quoted contributions reported in the fund's 2009-10 tax return. The $630 is included at F5 item 12.
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