Draft Taxation Determination
TD 1999/D28W - Withdrawal
Income tax and fringe benefits tax: is a reward (other than a 'flight reward') received under a 'consumer loyalty program' that results from business expenditure assessable as income or subject to fringe benefits tax?
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FOI status:may be released
Notice of Withdrawal
1. The purpose of draft Taxation Determination TD 1999/D28 was to indicate circumstances in which a reward (other than a 'flight reward') received under a consumer loyalty program that resulted from business expenditure could be assessable income or be subject to fringe benefits tax.
2. Law Administration Practice Statement, PSLA 2004/4(GA), which issues today, explains the Commissioner's approach to the treatment of rewards which are received under a consumer loyalty program that results from points accrued from business expenditure.
Commissioner of Taxation
14 July 2004