The actual issue of Longevity Group Australia Ltd (formerly TFSL) shares (effective 30 June 2014) had no personal tax reporting impact for you.
So, there is nothing you need to report about receiving your Longevity Group Australia Ltd (formerly TFSL) shares in your 2014 tax return.
Of course – and as mentioned in the answer to the previous question, you may need to report dividend income or realised capital gain (or loss) you derive from your Longevity Group Australia Ltd shares – but that only needs to be considered for a tax return that relates to a year in which you actually derive dividend income or realise a capital gain (or loss) on your Longevity Group Australia Ltd shares.
In other words, if there is no dividend income and no realised capital gain/loss for a year, there is nothing to report (for these items) in your tax return for that year.
If you are not sure about what to do here, we encourage you discuss it with a tax agent – providing him the type of information listed in the answer to the previous question.