We have developed a wide range of precedents that document tax-sharing and tax financing regimes. Among these precedents are: We recommend that you check your client`s circumstances. If the client is fiscally consolidated and there is no tax participation or financing agreement, please call a member of our team to discuss your client`s needs. A tax-sharing agreement „shares“ the group`s tax debt (if the main company is late) and limits the liability of group members according to the methodology defined in the agreement. Only a valid tax-sharing agreement takes effect in order to limit the joint and several liability of the group members. If your client has entered these agreements, has the client also brought in or removed members of the group? It is important that all member organizations are parties to the agreements. Please call a member of our team if you need help. To date, most consolidated tax groups have decided to allocate their income tax commitments based on the fictitious individual taxable income of each member of the group or on the basis of each member`s accounting income as a percentage of the group`s total accounting income. Acceptance of the allocation on these bases will ultimately depend on the facts and circumstances related to the tax situation of the various groups, as well as legislation, regulations and ATO guidelines, which generally apply to tax-sharing agreements. Tax financing agreements also determine tax accounting inflows into the financial statements of tax group members (i.e., deferred tax assets and deferred tax liabilities). Tax financing agreements complement tax-sharing agreements and explain how subsidiaries finance the payment of tax by the main company and when the main company is required to make payments to subsidiaries for certain tax attributes generated by subsidiaries that benefit the group as a whole (for example. B tax losses and tax credits). Business groups are encouraged to consider entering into tax-sharing and tax financing agreements as part of their entry into the tax consolidation system.