(1) Under some provisions of this Act, something that is relevant to working out:
(a) an entity's taxable income (if any); or
(b) the income tax (if any) payable on an entity's taxable income; or
(c) an entity's loss (if any) of a particular * sort;
is determined on the basis of a comparison between an amount worked out for an income year, or an amount * derived from 2 or more such amounts, and another amount.
Note: The other amount assumes an income year of 365 days.
(2) This section affects how such a provision (the threshold provision ) operates for the purposes of subsection 701-30(3), which requires each thing covered by paragraph (1)(a), (b) or (c) of this section to be worked out for an entity for a non-membership period (under section 701-30) during an income year.
Note: A non-membership period is a period (of less than an income year) when the entity is not a subsidiary member of any consolidated group.
(3) An amount that would otherwise be worked out for the non-membership period, for the purposes of the comparison under the threshold provision, is instead:
(a) to be worked out by reference to the period (the reference period ) starting at the start of the income year and ending at the end of the non-membership period; and
(b) then to be grossed up by multiplying it by this fraction: