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How to get the most from
your PARS & OARS online reports
Introduction to this guide
When you choose Ord Minnett’s Portfolio Administration and Reporting
Service (PARS), or our Online Asset Reporting Service (OARS) you are
choosing a premium service – one that enables your Adviser to deliver
the best possible service at all times.
As such, the online reports that are generated for you are much more
than an up-to-date set of clear and concise information on your portfolio.
They represent the culmination of your Adviser’s efforts on your behalf
in implementing your wealth strategy.
This guide to your online reports is designed to help you get the most
from the highly valuable information we generate for you.
PARS Online Report Guide
2
Asset Allocation
The report displays:
The Asset Allocation report shows how your portfolio’s investments are divided among
the major asset types according to Global Industry Classification Standards (GICS).
1 Your portfolio with dollar values
across all asset allocations.
The major asset types used in the asset allocation report are:
ustralian Equities
A
International Equities
Australian Interest Rate Securities
International Interest Rate Securities
Australian Property
International Property
Cash
Other
2 A pie chart which shows your asset
allocation in a graphical form.
3 Your asset allocation in tabular form
with percentage weightings.
1
2
3
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Portfolio Valuation (GICS)
This report shows your portfolio valuation as at a particular date and displays:
Assets in the order of the General Industry Classification
Standard (GICS) for ASX listed securities (excluding
interest rate securities).
Managed Funds, Interest Rate Securities, Warrants,
and Options.
Subtotals for each sub-sector.
Column header and descriptions
1Code
The ASX code for ASX listed securities, APIR codes for
managed funds and custom codes for manually created
securities.
2 Security Name
This is generally the company or the managed fund
name. This can also show a custom name for unlisted
securities and manually created securities.
1
2
3 Quantity
The volume of securities held at the relevant date.
4 Cost Base The total acquisition cost of all parcels for the particular
security. The cost base column is adjusted to reflect
reduced cost bases where returns of capital and tax
deferred income components are applicable.
5 Market Price
The last traded price as at the report date and is sourced
from Iress. The latest available prices are used for unlisted
and manually created securities.
6 Market Value
The market value of the security. It is calculated by
multiplying market price by the quantity of the security.
Continued over page
3
4
5
6
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Portfolio Valuation (GICS)
This report shows your portfolio valuation as at a particular date and displays:
7 Assets %
The Market Value of the security divided by the
total portfolio value represented as a percentage.
9 Est. Annual Income
This is the Est. Yield % multiplied by the Market Value
of the security.
8 Est. Yield %
This is calculated by dividing the rolling 12 month
income (per share/security/unit) by the Market Price.
This is calculated using rolling 12 months of actual income
data (sourced from Iress).
10Est. Franking %
This is calculated by dividing the value of franked
distributions by the value of all distributions. This is
calculated using rolling 12 months of actual income
data (sourced from Iress).
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11Est. Franking Credits
This is the Est. Franking Credit to be received from
holding the security for a 12 month period. This is
calculated using rolling 12 months of actual income
data (sourced from Iress).
12Est. Gross Yield %
This is the Est. Annual Income plus the Est. Franking
Credits divided by the Market Value of the security.
This is calculated using rolling 12 months of actual
income data (sourced from Iress).
8
9
10
11
12
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Portfolio Valuation
This report has the same headings as the Valuation Statement (GICS).
However, the assets in your portfolio are broken down to the asset type level. There is no additional
breakdown of assets into their GICS categories.
PORTFOLIO VALUATION
Portfolio Details as at: 31 December 2012
Mr John Smith
Code
Security Name
Quantity
Cost
Base
Market
Price
Market
Value
Assets
%
EQUITIES
AGK
AMP
ANZ
ASX
BHP
BXB
CBA
CSL
IFL
LLC
MQG
NAB
ORG
OSH
QBE
RIO
STO
TLS
WBC
WES
WHC
WOW
WPL
Sub Total
AGL ENERGY LIMITED
AMP LIMITED
ANZ BANKING GRP LTD
ASX LIMITED
BHP BILLITON LIMITED
BRAMBLES LIMITED
COMMONWEALTH BANK.
CSL LIMITED
IOOF HOLDINGS LTD
LEND LEASE GROUP
MACQUARIE GROUP LTD
NATIONAL AUST. BANK
ORIGIN ENERGY
OIL SEARCH LTD
QBE INSURANCE GROUP
RIO TINTO LIMITED
SANTOS LTD
TELSTRA CORPORATION.
WESTPAC BANKING CORP
WESFARMERS LIMITED
WHITEHAVEN COAL
WOOLWORTHS LIMITED
WOODSIDE PETROLEUM
6,417
11,382
3,021
1,000
4,000
7,000
2,342
1,000
12,000
3,000
3,063
2,200
3,000
11,000
5,000
1,100
5,500
25,000
5,000
2,700
10,000
2,150
2,000
76,696.70
55,570.50
73,550.66
20,000.00
109,121.46
59,286.99
105,264.77
34,000.00
73,775.00
21,087.50
104,987.39
69,451.58
46,027.50
53,008.50
62,463.35
42,863.31
72,799.00
72,048.13
94,835.32
64,687.86
35,327.50
59,176.57
78,608.13
1,484,637.71
15.38
4.81
25.05
31.21
37.10
7.51
62.18
53.90
7.21
9.28
35.49
25.00
11.62
7.01
10.90
66.01
11.10
4.37
26.04
36.85
3.50
29.33
33.88
98,693.46
54,747.42
75,676.05
31,210.00
148,400.00
52,570.00
145,625.56
53,900.00
86,520.00
27,840.00
108,705.87
55,000.00
34,860.00
77,110.00
54,500.00
72,611.00
61,050.00
109,250.00
130,200.00
99,495.00
35,000.00
63,059.50
67,760.00
1,743,783.86
3.03
1.68
2.32
0.96
4.55
1.61
4.47
1.65
2.65
0.85
3.34
1.69
1.07
2.37
1.67
2.23
1.87
3.35
3.99
3.05
1.07
1.93
2.08
53.50
Est.
Yield
%
3.91
5.51
5.79
5.70
2.97
3.45
5.81
1.77
5.13
4.74
4.23
7.20
4.30
0.55
5.96
2.43
2.70
6.41
6.37
4.67
0.86
4.30
3.72
Est.
Franking
%
Est.
Annual
Income
3,855.01
3,016.23
4,380.45
1,779.00
4,410.50
1,815.27
8,454.62
956.60
4,440.00
1,320.00
4,594.50
3,960.00
1,500.00
420.97
3,250.00
1,761.98
1,650.00
7,000.00
8,300.00
4,644.00
300.00
2,709.00
2,520.48
77,038.61
100.00
52.36
100.00
100.00
100.00
25.01
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
18.85
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
Est.
Franking
Credits
Est.
Gross
Yield %
1,652.15
676.82
1,877.34
762.43
1,890.21
194.59
3,623.41
5.58
6.75
8.27
8.14
4.25
3.82
8.29
1.77
1,902.86
7.33
4.74
4.23
1,697.14
10.29
642.86
6.15
0.55
262.50
6.44
755.13
3.47
707.14
3.86
3,000.00
9.15
3,557.14
9.11
1,990.29
6.67
128.57
1.22
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1,161.00
6.14
1,080.21
5.31
27,561.79
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Unsettled Accruals
This report displays:
Trades that have a trade date prior to the report date
and a settlement date after the report date.
Accrued income that has gone “ex” prior to the report
date but is not due to be paid until after the report date.
A description of the related transaction. This allows you
to determine if the accrual is related to income, trades
or corporate actions.
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Unrealised Capital Gains
The report displays Unrealised positions for CGT assessable assets as at the report date.
Column header and descriptions
6 Reduced Cost Base
This is the cost base after allowing for reductions in cost as
a result of returns of capital and tax deferred income
components. This component will be blank if there are no
applicable returns of capital or tax deferred income
components.
7 Indexed Cost Base
This is shown for securities that were acquired after 20
September 1985 and prior to 21 September 1999. The
indexed cost base is calculated by applying the relevant
indexation factors (based on ATO provided CPI figures) to
the Original Cost.
1 Purchase Date
The acquisition date of the particular parcel of securities. If
the parcel is derived from a corporate action the relevant
acquisition date is shown.
2 Quantity
The quantity of securities held at the relevant date, broken
down into individual parcels.
3 Market Value
The value of the security as the date of the report.
4 Original Unit Cost
The original acquisition cost of the security per unit.
5 Original Cost
This is the original acquisition cost of the security including
brokerage and other costs associated with acquiring the
security. If the parcel is derived from a corporate action the
relevant cost base is shown after cost base adjustments
have been accounted for.
1
2
3
4
8 Discount Cost Base
This is shown for securities that have been held for more
than 12 months and where a capital gain exists. It will show
the applicable Original or the Reduced Cost Base.
5
6
7
8
9 Capital Loss
This shows the capital loss on the particular parcel of a
security (if applicable). The figure is calculated by subtracting
the applicable Cost Base from the market value.
10Indexed Gain
This applies when there is an Indexed Cost Base and no
capital loss. The figure is calculated by subtracting the
Indexed Cost base from the Market Value.
11Gross Gain
This shows when there is no capital loss. The figure is
calculated by subtracting the applicable Cost Base from the
market value.
12 Discounted Gain
The Discounted Gain is used when there is a gross gain and
the parcel and tax entity type are eligible for a CGT discount.
The Discounted Gain figure is calculated by applying the
relevant discount to the gross gain (i.e. 50% for individuals
and 33.33% for super funds).
9
10
11
12
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Realised Gains
This report displays realised gains for the reporting period resulting from sales or corporate action events.
Column header and descriptions
1 Purchase Date
This is the acquisition date of the particular parcel
of securities. If the parcel is derived from a corporate
action the relevant acquisition date is shown.
5 Cost
This shows the cost base after allowing for reductions
in cost as a result of applicable returns of capital and tax
deferred income components. This will also display the
adjusted cost base for parcels resulting from corporate
actions. This component will revert to the original cost
if none of the aforementioned factors apply.
2 Sale Date
This is the date that the security was sold. If the CGT
event was a result of a corporate action the relevant
disposal date is used.
6 Indexed Cost Base
This is shown for securities that were acquired after
20 September 1985 and prior to 21 September 1999.
The indexed cost base is calculated by applying the
relevant indexation factors (based on ATO provided
CPI figures) to the Original Cost.
3Quantity
This is the volume of securities disposed of during the
relevant period, broken down into individual parcels.
4 Capital Proceeds
This is the taxable proceeds received from the CGT
event. This amount includes adjustments for brokerage
and other disposal costs where applicable.
1
2
3
7 Gross Gain/Loss
This is calculated by subtracting the Cost from the
Capital Proceeds.
4
5
6
7
8 Discounted Gain
The Discounted Gain is used when there is a gross gain
and the parcel and tax entity type are eligible for a CGT
discount. The Discounted Gain figure is calculated by
applying the relevant discount to the gross gain
(i.e. 50% for individuals and 33.33% for super funds).
9 Indexed Gain
This applies when there is an Indexed Cost Base and
no capital loss. The figure is calculated by subtracting
the Indexed Cost Base from the Market Value.
10 Net Gain/Loss
This displays the Net Gain or Loss from the disposal
of the particular parcel of securities. It shows either the
minimum gain possible from the choices of the discount,
index or other method (for gains) or the loss amount.
8
9
10
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Transaction Statement
This report displays a summary of capital transactions that occurred within your account for the date period of your report and displays:
Purchases, sales and corporate action related activity with a detailed description of each transaction provided.
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Investment Income Received
This report displays received income on the date of receipt while highlighting:
The main components of unfranked dividends, franked dividends, interest, tax withheld
and imputation credits.
All other income includes all income received that is not included in the aforementioned.
This column will generally be populated for trusts and managed funds distributions
where components are not known until annual tax statements are distributed.
These income components are updated at the end of the financial year and provided
with the Investment Income Received (Annual Tax) Report.
PARS Online Report Guide
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Expense Summary
This report displays relevant reported expenses for the account during the period, including:
Management fees, margin loan interest and warrant interest.
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Investment Income Received (Annual Tax)
This report displays the taxable income received for the portfolio for the period based on the taxable date.
Column header and descriptions
1Units
The number of shares/securities/units applicable to the
income shown.
2 Taxable Date
The date on which the income is taxable. (This is
generally the payable date for income from shares, and
the ex-date for income from trusts and managed funds.)
3 Franked Dividend
This is the income received from a company that has
elected to join the Australian imputation system and this
may be fully or partially franked. This income has already
had tax paid by the company, which you may be able to
use to offset your tax liability.
1
2
3
4 Unfranked Dividend
The dividend income from a company that does not
having any franking credits associated with it.
5 Imputation Credit
An Imputation Credit is a credit/offset provided as a
result of receiving Franked Dividends. The credit is an
offset for the tax that has already been paid by the issuer.
You should check that you are entitled to this imputation
credit in relation to the holding period rule. In general
shares need to be held for at least 45 days to be eligible
for the franking credit offset.
6 Rental Income
This is rental income from a managed fund or trust.
7 Other Income
This is other income from a managed fund or trust.
5
7
9
6
8
10
8Interest
This is interest income from a managed fund or trust.
9 Foreign Income
This is income received from foreign sources. It includes
foreign dividends, foreign interest, passive foreign income
and other foreign income.
10 Foreign Tax Credits
This relates to any tax offsets associated with the Foreign
Income component.
11Discount Capital Gain
This refers to capital gains distributions that are
entitled to discounting by meeting certain requirements,
including but not limited to the asset being held for
at least 12 months before the CGT event.
11
4
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Investment Income Received (Annual Tax)
12Capital Gain Other
This refers to capital gains distributions that have not had
the index or discount method applied.
base of your units by these amounts. If the tax deferred
amount is greater than the cost base of your units, you
may include the excess as a capital gain.
13CGT Concession
CGT concession amounts relate to the CGT discount
component of any actual distribution. Such amounts do
not affect your cost and reduced cost base if they were
received after 30 June 2001.
16Tax Free
Tax- free amounts relate to certain tax concessions
received by the fund or trust which enable it to pay greater
distributions to its unit holders. You may need to adjust
the cost base and reduced cost base of your units by
these amounts.
14Total Taxable Income
This is the sum of the taxable income amounts
mentioned above.
15Tax Deferred
Tax Deferred amounts are other non-assessable amounts,
including indexation received by the fund or trust on its
capital gains and accounting differences in income. This is
reflected by adjusting the cost base and reduced cost
17Return of Capital
Return of capital amounts are generally not treated as
assessable income. Your reporting accounts for Return of
Capital amounts by adjusting the cost base or reduced
cost base of your shares or units for the Return of Capital
amounts received. If the Return of Capital amount is
greater than the cost base of your units, you may need to
include the excess as a capital gain.
13
12
14
15
16
18LIC Capital Gain
This refers to a situation where a Listed Investment
Company (LIC) pays a dividend to you that includes an LIC
capital gain amount. You may be entitled to claim this
amount as an income tax deduction subject to meeting
certain criteria.
19Gross Income
This is the sum of the relevant income components listed
above.
20Non – Res W/Holding
This refers to withholding tax that was withheld from your
dividend/distribution due to your status as a non-resident.
21TFN Amounts Deducted
These are tax amounts withheld from your distribution/
dividend as a result of the issuer not having your Tax File
Number/ABN/Other Exemption details on file with the
share registry as at the record date.
19
17
18
20
21
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Cash Transaction Statement
The cash transaction statement shows the cash transactions for all cash asset types.
The report displays cash transactions across all cash securities for the period, including term deposits, margin
loans, cash management trust accounts.
Please note that the transactions and balances are on an accruals basis and may not reflect exactly that of the
underlying transactions within your cash management trust account. Please refer to your provider’s statement
for additional information.
1
Date
2
CASH TRANSACTION STATEMENT
From 1 October 2012 Through 31 December 2012
Mr John Smith
Description
3
4
5
Debit
Credit
Balance
BQLD Term Deposit @ 4.7% maturing 01/07/2013
01-Oct-12
31-Dec-12
31-Dec-12
Opening Balance
Purchase - BQLD Term Deposit @ 4.7% maturing 01/07/2013
Closing Balance
150,000.00
150,000.00
150,000.00
150,000.00
Ord Minnett Cash Management Trust
01-Oct-12
02-Oct-12
08-Oct-12
08-Oct-12
11-Oct-12
12-Oct-12
15-Oct-12
17-Oct-12
30-Oct-12
30-Oct-12
19-Nov-12
10-Dec-12
12-Dec-12
17-Dec-12
18-Dec-12
19-Dec-12
20-Dec-12
Opening Balance
Woodside Petroleum Limited - Dividend
Preferred Capital Limited Perls III - Dividend
Oil Search Limited - Dividend
Brambles Limited - Dividend
Woolworths Limited - Dividend
Portfolio Management Fee 01Jul2012 to 30Sep2012
IOOF Holdings Limited - Dividend
Cash Deposit - Sold 25000 QAN @ 1.325
Cash Withdrawal - Bought 1502 WDC @ 10.48
Cash Withdrawal - Bought 3000 OSH @ 6.99
Colonial First State Wholesale Global Resources Fund - Distribution
Macquarie Group Limited - Dividend
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited CPS II - Dividend
National Australia Bank Limited - Dividend
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited - Dividend
Westpac Banking Corporation - Dividend
1,262.01
837.95
152.93
910.00
1,440.50
(2,680.87)
2,160.00
33,097.50
(15,768.46)
(20,997.50)
129.40
2,297.25
462.84
1,980.00
2,386.59
4,200.00
603,903.55
605,165.56
606,003.51
606,156.44
607,066.44
608,506.94
605,826.07
607,986.07
641,083.57
625,315.11
604,317.61
604,447.01
606,744.26
607,207.10
PARS Online
Report Guide
609,187.10
611,573.69
615,773.69
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Realised Options Profit and Loss
This report shows you the profit (or loss) that has resulted from closed out options positions during
the period.
1Security
This is the security code associated with the options
position.
2Description
This is the description of the option. It provides details
such as the Underlying Security, Option Type, Exercise
Price and Expiry Date.
3 Purchase Date
This is the “purchase” or close out (for short positions)
date of the option.
Note that this may also be the expiry date if the
options position has expired worthless.
7 Sale Proceeds
The option premium received or close out cost of the
options position.
4 Sale Date
This is the “sale” or close out (for long positions) date of
the option.
Note that this may also be the expiry date if the
options position has expired worthless.
8 Net Profit/Loss
The profit or loss from the options position. It is
calculated by subtracting the purchase cost from the
saleВ proceeds.
5Quantity
The number of options that were traded.
6 Purchase Cost
The purchase or close out cost of the options position.
REALISED OPTIONS PROFIT & LOSS
From 1 October 2012 Through 31 December 2012
2
1
Security
Description
BHPUN8
LEIPW8
NABKX7
$41.50 Put Option Expiring 23-Dec-2012
$30.50 Put Option Expiring 23-Dec-2012
$23.00 Put Option Expiring 23-Dec-2012
TOTAL
5
Mr John Smith
3
Purchase
Date
23 Dec 2012
23 Dec 2012
23 Dec 2012
Sale
Date
4
23 Nov 2012
24 Nov 2012
24 Nov 2012
6
7
8
Quantity
Purchase
Cost
Sale
Proceeds
Net Profit /
Loss
1
1
1
0.00
0.00
0.00
440.00
280.00
400.00
440.00
280.00
400.00
0.00
1,120.00
1,120.00
This report details your realised options profit and loss activity so you can consider how to handle appropriately for your tax return. Previously this information
appeared in the Realised Capital Gains statement.
Please refer to the Transaction Statement for the tax component breakdown of the purchase costs and sale proceeds (Brokerage, ACH Fee & GST).
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Ord Minnett Branches
Adelaide
Level 11,
11-19 Grenfell Street
Adelaide SA 5000
Tel: (08) 8203 2500
Fax: (08) 8203 2525
Canberra
Ambit House
101 Northbourne Avenue
Canberra ACT 2600
Tel: (02) 6206 1700
Fax: (02) 6206 1720
Melbourne
Level 23
120 Collins Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Tel: (03) 9608 4111
Fax: (03) 9608 4142
Brisbane
Level 31
10 Eagle Street
Brisbane QLD 4000
Tel: (07) 3214 5555
Fax: (07) 3214 5550
Coffs Harbour
Suite 4
21 Park Avenue
Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
Tel: (02) 6652 7900
Fax: (02) 6652 5716
Newcastle
426 King Street
Newcastle NSW 2300
Tel: (02) 4910 2400
Fax: (02) 4910 2424
Buderim
1/99 Burnett Street
Buderim QLD 4556
Tel: (07) 5430 4444
Fax: (07) 5430 4400
Gold Coast
Level 7
50 Appel Street
Surfers Paradise QLD 4217
Tel: (07) 5557 3333
Fax: (07) 5557 3377
Caloundra, Sunshine Coast
79-81 Bulcock Street
Caloundra QLD 4551
Tel: (07) 5491 3100
Fax: (07) 5491 3222
Mackay
45 Gordon Street
Mackay QLD 4740
Tel: (07) 4969 4888
Fax: (07) 4969 4800
Tamworth
Suite 3
344-346 Peel Street
Tamworth NSW 2340
Tel: (02) 6761 3333
Fax: (02) 6761 3104
Wollongong
Level 1
17 Flinders Street
Wollongong NSW 2500
Tel: (02) 4226 1688
Fax: (02) 4226 1064
Head Office
Sydney
Level 8, NAB House
255 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Tel: (02) 8216 6300
Fax: (02) 8216 6311
International
Hong Kong
1801 Ruttonjee House
11 Duddell Street
Central, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2912 8980
Fax: +852 2813 7212
www.ords.com.hk
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