Source: Taxation In Australia Journal Article
Published Date: 1 Mar 2005
The fourth article in this series covers the application of the uniform capital allowance provisions to landholders and primary producers. We also look at environmental expenditure, mine rehabilitation expenditure and demolition costs.
Parts I, II, III and V of this series were published in the November 2004, December 2004/January 2005, February and May 2005 editions of Taxation in Australia respectively.
Clearing the decks - Paper 09 Jun 2006
Clearing the decks - Presentation 09 Jun 2006
Uniform capital allowances...3 years later: Part V - Journal 01 May 2005
Uniform Capital Allowances...3 years later - Part III - Journal 01 Feb 2005
Uniform Capital Allowances...3 years later: Part II - Journal 01 Dec 2004
Uniform Capital Allowances...3 years later: Part 1 - Journal 01 Nov 2004
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