Income Tax Assessment Act 1936
(a) it is necessary, for the purposes of applying a provision of this Act in the assessment of a taxpayer for a year of income, to take into account:
(i) the amount of consideration received, entitled to be received or taken to have been received, by the taxpayer in respect of the disposal of an asset; or
being an asset that is an interest in a FIF attribution account entity; and
(ii) the capital proceeds from a CGT event happening in relation to a CGT asset;
(b) immediately before the disposal or CGT event takes place there is a post FIF abolition surplus for the FIF attribution account entity in relation to the taxpayer;
then, for the purposes of this Act:
(c) the consideration or capital proceeds that, apart from this section, would be taken into account under the provision referred to in paragraph (a) in respect of the disposal or CGT event is taken to be reduced by so much of the amount of the post FIF abolition surplus as does not exceed the consideration or capital proceeds; and
(d) a post FIF abolition debit arises at the time of the disposal or the CGT event under this paragraph, in relation to the taxpayer, for the FIF attribution account entity; and
(e) the amount of the post FIF abolition debit is equal to so much of the surplus as is taken into account under paragraph (c). 23B(2)
For the purposes of paragraph (1)(c), if the disposal of the asset or the CGT event causes the taxpayer ' s FIF attribution account percentage for the FIF attribution account entity to be reduced by a proportion, then only that proportion of the post FIF abolition surplus for the entity is to be taken into account under that paragraph. 23B(3)
In this section:
FIF attribution account entity
entity has the same meaning as in former Part XI .
FIF attribution account percentage
has the same meaning as in former Part XI .
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