Income Tax Assessment Regulations 1997

PART 2 - LIABILITY RULES OF GENERAL APPLICATION  

Division 61 - Generally applicable tax offsets  

Subdivision 61-G - Private health insurance offset complementary to Part 2-2 of the Private Health Insurance Act 2007  

REGULATION 61-220.02   PRIVATE HEALTH INSURER TO PROVIDE ANNUAL STATEMENT TO PHIIB IF REQUESTED  

61-220.02(1)  


If, during a financial year, a PHIIB insured during an earlier financial year under a complying health insurance policy by a private health insurer requests a statement about that policy for that earlier year, the private health insurer must provide a statement in accordance with this regulation.

61-220.02(1A)  


The statement must be in the approved form, and provided to the PHIIB within 14 days after the day the request is given.
Note:

For approved form , see section 995-1 of the Act.

61-220.02(2)  
The statement may include information in relation to the following:


(a) the complying health insurance policy held by the PHIIB and payments made under the policy;


(b) the premium, or amounts in respect of the premium, paid during the earlier financial year in relation to the policy;


(c) any reductions of the premium payable, or an amount payable, during the earlier financial year.


 

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