Capital Gains Tax
As a security holder in Infigen Energy (ASX: IFN), you own shares in an Australian company, Infigen Energy Limited (IEL), shares in a Bermuda company, which is registered in Australia as a foreign company, Infigen Energy (Bermuda) Limited (IEBL), and units in a trust which is an Australian registered scheme, Infigen Energy Trust (IET). Each share in IEL, each share in IEBL and each unit in IET remain separate assets for Australian capital gains tax purposes.
To calculate your cost base for each separate capital gains tax asset, you will need to split the acquisition cost of each stapled security between the three assets. This split needs to be done on a reasonable basis. While it is for you to decide how to split the acquisition cost of your stapled securities you might decide to use the relative proportion of net assets of IEL, IEBL and IET.
Click here for information about calculating your cost base for Australian capital gains tax purposes.
Non-Tax Residents are advised to obtain their own tax advice in relation Capital Gains Tax status and treatment.
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You should not rely on this information as taxation or financial advice as it may not be applicable to your specific circumstances. Advice relating to your particular tax issues should be obtained from your accountant or other professional adviser.