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Capturing tax within unit prices or credit rates presentation

Published on 29 Aug 13 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

How to capture tax within unit prices or crediting rates can be a minefield for funds. This presentation explores the two main systems used by funds:

  • the “actual information” system
  • the “effective tax rates” system where each of the following issues will be discussed:
    • setting accrual rates (and possibly separate accrual for franking credits)
    • periodic review of these rates
    • periodic comparison of tax accruals arising from these rates versus the fund’sactual tax experience and processing of true up adjustments
    • systems for allocating actual tax paid in BASs and the tax returnto different investment options
    • implementing deferred tax asset caps (if necessary) within these overall systems
    • dealing with pension options
  • APRA’s expectations in this area and other industry guidance (ie ASFA/FSCpapers) are also considered.

Author profiles:

Dana FLEMING
Dana Fleming FTIA is a Partner with KPMG.
Current at 2 October 2008 Current at 27 April 2009
 
Narelle TOOHEY
Current at 12 September 2013

 

This was presented at National Superannuation Conference .

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Individual sessions

Chasing tax within unit prices or credit rates

Author(s):  Dana FLEMING,  Narelle TOOHEY

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Large fund issues and the ATO

Author(s):  Stuart FORSYTH

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SMSF regulatory update

Author(s):  Greg TANZER

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Living to age 120, the pensions dilemma and other defined benefit conundrums

Author(s):  Barry RAFE

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Tax issues in successor fund transfers

Author(s):  Ross Stephens

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SMSF issues and the ATO

Author(s):  Stuart FORSYTH

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