Taxation Administration Act 1953
Note: See section 3AA .Chapter 2 - Collection, recovery and administration of income tax
This section applies if:
(a) at the end of an income year of a trust, a beneficiary of the trust is presently entitled, for the purposes of Division 6 of Part III of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 , to a share of the income of the trust of that year; and
(b) paragraph 12-175(1)(c) in this Schedule applies to the trustee of the trust; and
(c) paragraph 12-175(1)(d) applies to the beneficiary. Trustee must withhold 12-180(2)
The trustee must withhold an amount from that share of the *net income of the trust, if:
(a) the beneficiary did not *quote the beneficiary ' s *tax file number to the trustee before the end of the year; and
(b) the trustee is not liable to pay tax in respect of that share under section 98 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 ; and
(c) the trustee is not required to make a correct TB statement about that share under Division 6D of Part III of that Act (about trustee beneficiary non-disclosure tax); and
(d) family trust distribution tax is not payable on that share of the income of the trust under Schedule 2F to that Act.
The trustee commits an offence if the trustee fails to withhold an amount as required by this section: see section 16-25 .Application of rest of Part 12-180(3)
This Part (other than section 12-175 ) applies as if the trustee had paid that share of the *net income of the trust to the beneficiary at the end of the income year. Entitlements already paid 12-180(4)
Subsections (2) and (3) do not apply to that share of the *net income of the trust to the extent that the trustee distributed any of that share to the beneficiary during the income year.
The trustee may have been required to withhold from that distribution under section 12-175 .Trusts that end during the year 12-180(5)
This section applies as if each reference to the end of an income year were a reference to the time occurring just before the trust ends, if the trust ends during the income year.
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