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Now here is one which i recently worked on for a customer.
In the subsequent paragraphs i will explain how to perform the currency conversion for a subsidiary company operating on a foreign currency and also we will explore how to perform consolidation of this company with the parent company transactions.
If you have this sort of restructuring that is happening or has happened, you should review the Exposure Draft and assess the impact on your tax costs of your Australian subsidiary’s assets.
Interestingly, the new rules don’t switch off taxation of financial arrangements (TOFA) liabilities.
Consolidation requirement under Companies Act, 2013 (‘Act, 2013’) Section 129 (3) read with Rule 6 of the Companies (Accounts) Rules, 2014 (Rules) provides manner of consolidation of financial statements of subsidiaries pursuant to Schedule III of the Act, 2013 and the applicable Accounting Standards.
As per AS 21, Consolidated Financial Statement (CFS) is required to be prepared only for a 'group' of enterprises under the control of a parent. R 723 (E) dated October 14, 2014 and introduced the Companies (Accounts) Amendment Rules, 2014.
if the control entity is not the disposing entity, it is reasonable to conclude that the sum of the total participation interests held by the control entity and its associates in the disposing entity was 50 percent or more at the time the CGT event happened.
Example Suppose company B is having Net worth of Rs 10 lac, company A purchases 75% of share of company B, then remaining 25% i.e. Presentation as per Schedule III The CFS prepared in the same format as that of Separate Financial Statements, i.e, Schedule III of Companies Act 2013 Exclusion of Subsidiaries from Consolidation The Holding Company shall consolidate the financial statements of all the subsidiaries, domestic or foreign other than: Temporary Investment - When the shares are held in subsidiary company for disposal in near future.
OR Has power to control the composition of Board of Directors of another company for economic benefits.
Minority Interest - It is that part of the net results of operations and of the net assets of a subsidiary attributable to interests which are not owned, directly or indirectly through subsidiary(ies), by the parent.
What is known as the 'churning measures' are now contained in new Exposure Draft legislation (see my previous article on treatment of liabilities) and will affect foreign owned groups that sell their non-land rich Australian subsidiaries to other members of the Australian tax consolidated or Multiple Entry Consolidated (MEC) group and potentially would get a step up in the tax cost of their assets.
Essentially, the new proposals will wipe out the step up in the tax cost of the Australian subsidiary’s assets when the Australian subsidiary is sold by the foreign owner to the Australian group because no capital gains tax consequences arise for the foreign owner because shares being disposed of are not land rich (Div 855) that broadly occurs after (yes, retrospective).
Please raise any issues for a submission with me or your tax advisor by 6 October 2017.