2014 was an exceptional year for Ta Ann Tasmania Pty Limited (TAT).
It will likely be the only time TAT gets to pay Australian income tax.
TAT’s belated annual report for the 2014 calendar year was lodged late in June, two months after TAT’s parent Ta Ann Holdings Berhad P/L filed its return.
TAT’s tax bill for 2014 was only $450,000 so it won’t break the bank.
It’s not only Google and Apple who resort to accounting tricks.TAT too managed to shift almost all the taxable income resulting from recent government handouts of $33.3 million back to Malaysia, the home jurisdiction of the Group.