Draft Taxation Ruling
TR 2012/D1A1 - Addendum
Income tax: meaning of 'income of the trust estate' in Division 6 of Part III of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 and related provisions
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This Addendum amends Draft Taxation Ruling TR 2012/D1 to correct some minor errors.
TR 2012/D1 is amended as follows:
Omit the words from the second dot point 'in that year'.
Omit the table; substitute:
|Entity assessed||Share of distributable income||Share of net income|
|Amy Brisbane||$ 416 of $70,000||( 416 / 70,000 ) x $100,000
= $ 594
|Barry Brisbane||$ 416 of $70,000||( 416 / 70,000 ) x $100,000
= $ 594
|Charitable Brisbane||$ 20,000 of $70,000||( 20,000 / 70,000 ) x $100,000
= $ 28,571
|Deal Brisbane||$ 49,168 of $70,000||( 49,168 / 70,000 ) x $100,000
= $ 70,240
Omit the last two sentences; substitute 'Attributable income may represent undistributed income or gains made by the foreign entity in which the trustee has an interest. To the extent that the trustee has not recognised any increase in the value of its interest in the foreign entity as an accretion to income for the income year, such attributable income is considered to be notional income.'
Commissioner of Taxation
29 May 2012