A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Regulations 1999 (repealed)
For subsection 40-5(2) of the Act, the supply of something, or an interest in or under something, that is mentioned in an item in the following table is not a financial supply:
|Item||Supply of, or an interest in or under ...|
|1||Cheque and deposit forms and books supplied to an Australian ADI in connection with an account mentioned in item 1 in the table in regulation 40-5.09|
|2||Special forms, or overprinting of standard forms, by an Australian ADI to the requirements of particular account holders in connection with an account mentioned in item 1 in the table in regulation 40-5.09|
|3||Professional services, including information and advice, in relation to a financial supply|
|4||A payment system, except to the extent that it is digital currency|
|5||Stored value facility cards and prepayments not linked to accounts provided by an Australian ADI in connection with an account mentioned in item 1 in the table in regulation 40-5.09|
|6||Goods in accordance with agreements under which the goods are supplied under a lease, and:
(a) the lessees have no obligation or option to acquire the
rights of the lessors in the goods; or
(b) the lessors dispose of their rights in the goods to the
|7||An option, right or obligation to make or receive a taxable supply, except a mortgage or charge mentioned in item 3 in the table in regulation 40-5.09|
|8||A supply made as a result of the exercise of an option or right, or the performance of an obligation, to make or receive a taxable supply, including an option, right or obligation under a mortgage or charge mentioned in item 3 in the table in regulation 40-5.09|
(a) trading securities or derivatives; and
(b) clearance and settlement of those trades
|10||Insurance and reinsurance business, except business mentioned in item 6 of the table in regulation 40-5.09|
|12||Management of the assets or liabilities of another entity, including investment portfolio management and administration services for trusts or superannuation, pension or annuity funds|
|13||Debt collection services|
|14||Sales accounting services under a factoring arrangement, or an arrangement having the same effect as a factoring arrangement|
|16||Custodian services in relation to money, digital currency, documents and other things|
|17||Australian currency, or the currency of a foreign country, the market value of which exceeds its stated value as legal tender, or an agreement to buy or sell currency of either kind the market value of which exceeds its stated value as legal tender|
|18||An arrangement for the provision of goods to an entity for display or demonstration pending disposal of the goods to a third party|
|19||Goods supplied under a hire purchase agreement entered into on or after 1 July 2012|
|20||Credit under a hire purchase agreement entered into on or after 1 July 2012|
|21||A warranty for goods|
Regulation 40-5.09 applies subject to this regulation. As a result, if something is within the scope of both an item in the table in regulation 40-5.09 and an item in the table in this regulation, it will not be a financial supply.
Regulation 40-5.10 applies despite this regulation. As a result, if something is both an incidental financial supply and within the scope of an item in this table, it will still be a financial supply.
Division 105 of the Act deals with supply in satisfaction of a debt.
Sections 7-1 and 9-70 of the Act, and this regulation in respect of items 7 and 8 in this table, have the effect that GST is payable on the premium (if any) on a taxable deliverable commodity derivative and the price on settlement when the commodity is delivered.