INCOME TAX ASSESSMENT ACT 1997
This Subdivision sets out rules for dealing with the net income of a trust that has a net capital gain. The rules treat parts of the net income attributable to the trust ' s net capital gain as capital gains made by the beneficiary entitled to those parts. This lets the beneficiary reduce those parts by any capital losses and unapplied net capital losses it has.
If the trust ' s capital gain was reduced by either the general 50% discount in step 3 of the method statement in subsection 102-5(1) or by the small business 50% reduction in Subdivision 152-C (but not both), then the gain is doubled. The beneficiary can then apply its capital losses to the gain before applying the appropriate discount percentage (if any) or the small business 50% reduction.
If the trust ' s capital gain was reduced by both the general 50% discount and the small business 50% reduction, then the gain is multiplied by 4. The beneficiary can then apply its capital losses to the gain before applying the appropriate discount percentage (if any) and the small business 50% reduction.
Division 6E of Part III of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 will exclude amounts from the beneficiary ' s assessable income if necessary to prevent it from being taxed twice on the same parts of the trust ' s net income.
|115-210||When this Subdivision applies|
|115-215||Assessing presently entitled beneficiaries|
|115-220||Assessing trustees under section 98 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936|
|115-222||Assessing trustees under section 99 or 99A of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936|
|115-227||Share of a capital gain|
|115-228||Specifically entitled to an amount of a capital gain|
|115-230||Choice for resident trustee to be specifically entitled to capital gain|
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