How is the ExtrasJar Managed Investment Scheme taxed?

The ExtrasJar Fund does not pay tax on your behalf.

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Written by Reece Frazier
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Investing in a registered managed investment scheme like ExtrasJar Fund is likely to have tax consequences. We strongly advise that you seek independent professional tax advice before investing in the Units.

The Fund does not pay tax on your behalf. You will be assessed for tax on your share of the Fund’s net income and net capital gains attributed to you. Tax laws, their interpretation and their administration can change over time.

We provide an annual summary of the distributions made to you during the financial year as well as a summary of transaction information to help you complete your Australian tax return.

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