INCOME TAX ASSESSMENT ACT 1936 (ARCHIVE)

PART IIIAA - FRANKING OF DIVIDENDS  

Division 2 - Franking surplus or deficit  

Subdivision BB - Franking credits of life assurance companies where relevant year of income is later than 1999-2000  

SECTION 160APVM   PAYMENT OF COMPANY TAX AFTER ASSESSMENT  

160APVM(1)   [When credit arises]  

If:


(a) on a particular day, a life assurance company pays company tax in respect of a year of income; and


(b) section 160AQCNCG (transitional provision for early balancing life assurance company for 2000-01 year of income) does not apply to the payment;

there arises on that day a class C franking credit of the company equal to the adjusted amount in relation to the franking component of the amount paid.

160APVM(2)   [``franking component'']  

The franking component of the amount paid is so much of the amount paid as is attributable to shareholders' funds income for that year of income.


 

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