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As one of our investors or potential investors, we know it’s vital that you have up to date and past information at your finger tips.

That’s why we’ve put together a variety of ways you can access important information and manage your shareholding.

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Share Prospectuses

The prospectuses below are for historical purposes only, so the information may be dated and doesn’t accurately reflect Telstra’s present state.

Please note: They shouldn’t be taken as an invitation, application or offer to subscribe for or buy securities in Telstra. Nor should they be relied upon for making investment decisions.

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Foreign Ownership

Does Telstra have foreign ownership restrictions?
Yes. The Telstra Corporation Act restricts foreign ownership.

That is, foreign persons collectively cannot control more that 35 per cent of the non-Commonwealth owned Telstra shares, and individual foreign persons cannot control more than 5 per cent of them.

Telstra will divest shares if an unacceptable foreign ownership situation arises. Telstra will also keep relevant stock exchanges advised of foreign ownership levels.

What are the current Telstra Foreign Ownership Regulations?
Details regarding Telstra Foreign Ownership Regulations can be found in the the current Foreign Ownership Regulations document.

What is Telstra's current level of foreign ownership?
The Telstra Corporation Act restricts foreign ownership in Telstra. It provides that foreign persons and their associates may not hold, in total, certain interests in us of more than 35 per cent of Telstra shares not held by the Commonwealth and individual foreign persons cannot hold certain interests in us of more than 5 per cent of Telstra shares not held by the Commonwealth.

Telstra estimates that as at 5 September 2014, the number of Telstra shares recorded as foreign on the Telstra register was 21.63 per cent of the total number of issued Telstra shares. For more detailed information on the restrictions on foreign ownership in Telstra Corporation Limited, please refer to our constitution and foreign ownership regulations which can be found in our Corporate Governance section.

Employee Shareholder Scheme

The purpose of this information is to provide you with a brief overview of the taxation implications applicable to most employees, of participation in TESOP 97 or TESOP 99 including receiving Telstra dividends and the taxation consequences of disposing of shares during 2013/14.

For a brief snapshot of the tax consequences, please refer to TESOP Snapshot – Tax Consequences at a Glance (PDF, 56KB).

All information provided is of a general nature only and is not intended to constitute tax advice. This guide covers the following topics:

The particular tax consequences for you may be different due to your individual circumstances.  You should therefore seek independent expert tax advice before preparing your 2013/14 tax return.

This information is important.  You should refer to this information when preparing your tax return.  You should also provide a copy of this information to your tax agent or the person who prepares your tax return.

All information provided is of a general nature only and circumstances may vary greatly between participants.  The information has been prepared for participants who are, and will continue to be, Australian tax residents.  The information does not apply to:

(a) individuals engaged in foreign service;
(b) temporary residents of Australia for tax purposes;
(c) foreign residents; or
(d) individuals who are no longer employees of Telstra.

If you fall within one of these categories you should discuss the matter with your tax advisor.

For the purpose of this information, certain terms have specific meanings.  Visit our Glossary to find out the meaning of these terms.

For information on the tax implications for the 10 year anniversaries of the Telstra Employee Share Ownership Plan (TESOP) 1999 and 1997 please refer below:

This information is important. You should refer to this information when preparing your tax return. You should also provide a copy of this information to your tax agent or the person who prepares your tax return.

For the purpose of this information certain terms have specific meanings. Visit our glossary to find out the meaning of these terms.

Past Years

Buy-Back

2004

2003

Things you need to know

This is a general description of the tax consequences, which can apply to your participation in TESOP 97 or TESOP 99. The tax consequences for you may be different depending on your own circumstances, particularly if you have participated in other employee share schemes, if you have any particular arrangements in relation to your shares or for shares you acquire otherwise than under TESOP 97 or TESOP 99.

The description of the capital gains tax consequences of your participation in TESOP 97 and/ or TESOP 99 is based on Class Ruling (CR 2001/28) issued by the Commissioner of Taxation.

If you have any questions about preparing your tax return or the tax consequences of your participation in TESOP 97 or TESOP 99 (including the capital gains tax consequences) in your particular circumstances, you should seek guidance from your own registered tax adviser.

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