Tax Information

 

2011 Information

The 2011 distribution paid by IET represents a ‘tax deferred’ amount. As such, for the majority of Securityholders, the information on your 2011 annual taxation statement should not be disclosed on your 2011 income tax return. The information on your 2011 annual taxation statement will be relevant if and when you dispose of any of your securities in Infigen.

The Taxation Statement Guides are intended to assist Securityholders in meeting their Australian tax compliance obligations. Securityholders are not entitled to rely on information contained in the Guides in relation to managing their specific tax affairs and should obtain their own tax advice in relation to the taxation implications associated with their investment in Infigen.

The 2011 Taxation Statement Guide includes general information concerning the tax implications of receiving the 2011 distribution from IET.

Click here for the 2011 Taxation Statement Guide.

2010 Information

The 2010 final distribution paid by IET represents a ‘tax deferred’ amount. As such, for the majority of Securityholders, the information on your 2010 final distribution statement should not be disclosed on your 2010 income tax return. The information on your 2010 final distribution statement will be relevant if and when you dispose of any of your securities in Infigen.

The Taxation Statement Guides are intended to assist Securityholders in meeting their Australian tax compliance obligations. Securityholders are not entitled to rely on information contained in the Guides in relation to managing their specific tax affairs and should obtain their own tax advice in relation to the taxation implications associated with their investment in Infigen.

The 2010 Taxation Statement Guide includes general information concerning the tax implications of receiving the 2010 final distribution from IET. This Guide was mailed to securityholders with their distribution statements on 16 September 2010.

Click here for the 2010 Taxation Statement Guide.

2009 Information

The 2009 interim and final distributions paid by IET represent ‘tax deferred’ amounts. As such, for the majority of Securityholders, the information on your 2009 interim and final distribution statements should not be disclosed on your 2009 income tax return. The information on your 2009 interim and final distribution statements will be relevant if and when you dispose of any of your securities in Infigen Energy.

The Taxation Statement Guides are intended to assist Securityholders in meeting their Australian tax compliance obligations. Securityholders are not entitled to rely on information contained in the Guides in relation to managing their specific tax affairs and should obtain their own tax advice in relation to the taxation implications associated with their investment in Infigen.

The 2009 Taxation Statement Guide will include general information concerning the tax implications of receiving the 2009 interim and financial distributions from IET. This Guide will be mailed to securityholders with their distribution statements on or around 17 September 2009.

Click here for the 2009 Taxation Statement Guide.

2008 Information

The 2008 interim and final distributions paid by IET (formerly BBWPT) represent ‘tax deferred’ amounts. As such, for the majority of Securityholders, the information on your 2008 interim and final distribution statements should not be disclosed on your 2008 income tax return. The information on your 2008 interim and final distribution statements will be relevant if and when you dispose of any of your securities in Infigen.

The Taxation Statement Guides are intended to assist Securityholders in meeting their Australian tax compliance obligations. Securityholders are not entitled to rely on information contained in the Guides in relation to managing their specific tax affairs and should obtain their own tax advice in relation to the taxation implications associated with their investment in Infigen.

The 2008 Taxation Statement Guide includes general information concerning the tax implications of receiving the 2008 interim and final distributions from IET (formerly BBWPT).

Click here for the 2008 Taxation Statement Guide

2007 Information

The 2007 interim and final distributions paid by IET (previously BBWPT) represent ‘tax deferred’ amounts. As such, for the majority of Securityholders, the information on your 2007 interim and final distribution statements should not be disclosed on your 2007 income tax return. The information on your 2007 interim and final distribution statements will be relevant if and when you dispose of any of your securities in Infigen.

The 2007 Taxation Statement Guide includes general information concerning the tax implications of receiving the 2007 interim and final distributions from IET.

Click here for the 2007 Taxation Statement Guide.

2006 Information

The 2006 interim and final distributions paid by IET represent ‘tax deferred’ amounts. As such, for the majority of Securityholders, the information on your 2006 interim and final distribution statements should not be disclosed on your 2006 income tax return. The information on your 2006 interim and final distribution statements will be relevant if and when you dispose of any of your securities in Infigen.

The 2006 Taxation Statement Guide includes general information concerning the tax implications of receiving the 2006 interim and final distributions from IET.

Click here for the 2006 Taxation Statement Guide.

Advice relating to personal tax issues should be obtained from your stockbroker, solicitor, accountant or other professional adviser.

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