Draft Taxation Determination
Income tax: capital gains: for a capital gain you make on CGT event K6 happening in relation to pre-CGT shares you own in a company:
- are you entitled to the general CGT discount in Division 115; and
- are you entitled to the small business relief in Division 152?
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FOI status:Draft only - for comment
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General CGT discount in Division 115
1. Yes, if you are an individual, complying superannuation entity or trust and you satisfy the requirements of Division 115. Subsection 115-25(2), Item 2, makes it clear that the general CGT discount can apply to a CGT event K6 situation. The general CGT discount is not available, however, to a company.
Small business relief in Division 152
- 'company' has the meaning given by paragraph 104-230(9)(a);
- 'post-CGT property' means property acquired on or after 20 September 1985 and does not include trading stock; and
- 'pre-CGT shares' means shares acquired before 20 September 1985.
We invite you to comment on this Draft Taxation Determination. We are allowing 4 weeks for comments before we finalise the Determination. If you want your comments considered, please provide them to us within this period.
|Comments by Date:||22 September 2000|
|Contact Officer:||Carl Dart|
|Telephone:||(07) 3213 3401|
|Facsimile:||(07) 3213 3651|
Commissioner of Taxation
23 August 2000
Not previously issued in draft form
CGT event A1
CGT event K6
small business relief
ITAA 1997 104-230
ITAA 1997 104-230(2)
ITAA 1997 104-230(6)
ITAA 1997 104-230(9)(a)
ITAA 1997 Division 115
ITAA 1997 Division 115-25(2)
ITAA 1997 Division 152
ITAA 1997 Division 152-40