The amount of the merged loan, which is not repaid at the end of the performance year, is calculated on the basis of the interest payment on the balance of the merged loan at an interest rate equal to the benchmark rate for the year of return. A private company is required to make a merged loan in a year of income when the company grants, during the year, one or more loans to the shareholder or associate employee and any loan (called “constituted loan”): the amount of the merged loan is the sum of the constituent loans that were not repaid before the date of payment for the year of income. The cumulative loan is granted. When a shareholder or his or her partner repays a combined loan from a private company below the required annual minimum and convinces the Commissioner that the minimum annual repayment has not been realized due to circumstances beyond their control (and they would suffer unreasonable difficulties if the loan were treated as a dividend), the private company will not be required to pay a dividend. When a shareholder or his or her partner repays a loan constituting in a year of profit after the year in which the constituent loan was granted, the repayment is considered the repayment of the merged loan. The minimum amount of the annual repayment is calculated on the basis of the total loans granted to a shareholder or associated company during the year of earnings, for the same duration or period, called “amalgamated loan.” A loan from a private company to a shareholder or its partner may be considered a dividend of Division 7A, unless the loan is ready until the termination date: the amount processed dividend as of June 30, 2014 is the amount of the loan that was not repaid before the termination date (for example. B 8,000 USD), provided the distributed surplus is not repaid by ABC Pty Ltd. Some payments are always taken into account, even if the intention is to get another loan at the time of payment. These payments are made by extrapolating the following amounts to the balance of the loan: a private company can pay a dividend to a company at the end of the company`s profit year if it lends an amount to a business during the year: the amount of the loan repaid in a year of income is obtained by deducting interest from actual repayments during the year.

The opening balance of the loan for next year is the opening balance at the beginning of the previous year, minus the principal repaid this year. When a private company has more than a shareholder`s or beneficiary`s loan account, the private entity cannot use funds on one account to balance the balance on another account to calculate The risk of Division 7A. Division 7A loans are calculated for transactions in each shareholder`s credit accounts. As of December 16, 2009, a private company with an unpaid claim will make financial arrangements to the trustee of a trust or enter into a transaction with the trustee of a trust, and will be required to lend to the trust trust for division 7A purposes.