Income Tax Assessment Act 1997

CHAPTER 2 - LIABILITY RULES OF GENERAL APPLICATION  

PART 2-1 - ASSESSABLE INCOME  

Division 20 - Amounts included to reverse the effect of past deductions  

Guide to Division 20  

SECTION 20-5   20-5   Other provisions that reverse the effect of deductions  


The table lists other provisions that reverse the effect of certain kinds of deductions.

Provisions of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 are identified in normal text. The other provisions, in bold , are provisions of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 .


Provisions that adjust your tax position in respect of deductions
Item In this situation: See:
1 A balancing adjustment for a depreciating asset is included in your assessable income. 40-285(1) and 40-445(2)
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2 An amount you receive by way of insurance or indemnity for a loss of trading stock is included in your assessable income. 70-115
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2A Limited recourse debt that was used to finance expenditure deductible under a capital allowance (or on property for which you have deducted or can deduct amounts under a capital allowance) terminates: an amount is included in your assessable income. 243-40
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3 Because of: 40-750(3)
petroleum resource rent tax; or
an instalment of petroleum resource rent tax;
that you have deducted or can deduct, an amount is refunded, credited, paid or applied: the amount is included in your assessable income.
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3A (Repealed by No 77 of 2001)
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4 You receive a fringe benefit by way of reimbursement or payment of a loss or outgoing you incurred: your deduction for the loss or outgoing is reduced. 51AH
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5 (Repealed by No 93 of 2011)
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6 (Repealed by No 93 of 2011)
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7 You receive an amount as recoupment for your local governing body election expenses: an amount is included in your assessable income. 74A(4)
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8 You receive superannuation benefits as a result of someone ' s deductible contributions: the benefits are included in your assessable income. 290-100
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9 An R & D entity receives or becomes entitled to receive an amount: 355-410
for, or relating to, the results of R & D activities; or
attributable to it incurring expenditure on R & D activities or to its use of a depreciating asset for the purpose of conducting R & D activities;
and the entity is entitled under Division 355 to a tax offset relating to those R & D activities.
The amount is included in its assessable income.
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10 An R & D entity: Subdivision 355-G
receives, or becomes entitled to receive, a recoupment from government relating to R & D activities; or
can deduct, under Division 355 , expenditure on goods, materials or energy used during R & D activities to produce marketable products or products applied to the R & D entity ' s own use;
and the entity is entitled under Division 355 to a tax offset relating to those R & D activities.
An amount is included in its assessable income.


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