Hi All, I am considering a structured product which is 100% financed, investing in the Japan index (Nikkei 225) and the investment matures in 7 years. The investment will not make any distributions during the Term (7yrs) - other than potentially a final distribution at Maturity, or if you redeem your Units prior to Maturity. Obviously you have to pay interest during the investment on the 100% finance over the 7 yrs. I am curious to know if people think the tax office would have any problems with me claiming interest on the finance each year against my wages income? - which is what I would want to do. Or. . . . If they think the interest should be added to the cost base at the time I cash out of the investment? The PDS says when talking about interest deductibility "it will be necessary for you to demonstrate that, at the time you aquire your Units, you had the clear intention of holding the Units to produce assessable income, notwithstanding that the income is not expected to be derived by the Trust and distributed to you until 2014. In particular, if you expect to redeem or dispose of your Units without deriving any assessable income through the Trust, your intention to hold the Units to produce assessable income might be open to question." Anyone care to share their thoughts??????