Income Tax Assessment Act 1997

CHAPTER 3 - SPECIALIST LIABILITY RULES  

PART 3-95 - VALUE SHIFTING  

Division 727 - Indirect value shifting affecting interests in companies and trusts, and arising from non-arm ' s length dealings  

Subdivision 727-B - What is an indirect value shift  

SECTION 727-155   Providing economic benefits  

Examples

727-155(1)  
These are some examples of an entity providing an economic benefit to another entity:


(a) the first entity pays an amount to the other entity (in this case the *market value of the benefit is the amount of the payment);


(b) the first entity provides an asset or services to the other entity;


(c) the first entity does something that creates an asset in the hands of the other entity (for example, a company issues shares to its members);


(d) the first entity incurs a liability to the other entity, or increases a liability it already owes to the other entity;


(e) the first entity terminates all or part of a liability owed by the other entity;


(f) the first entity does something that increases the market value of an asset that the other entity holds.

727-155(2)  
These examples are not intended to limit the meaning of providing an economic benefit. Things treated as economic benefits

727-155(3)  
This Division applies as if the ending of:


(a) a * primary equity interest or * secondary equity interest in an entity; or


(b) a right that the owner of a * primary equity interest or * secondary equity interest in an entity has because of owning the interest;

were an economic benefit that the owner of the interest provides to that entity.


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