Miscellaneous 2008

Cover: Still searching for certainty: the tax aspects of the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme

Source: Taxation In Australia Journal Article

Published Date: 1 Nov 2008

This paper explores the potential tax issues that arise from the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme Green Paper (the Green Paper). Although the Green Paper does not present a settled policy position in a number of key areas, including the taxation issues, it does present advisers and in-house tax professionals with the Government’s current thinking about the regulatory scheme and, in particular, the likely taxation rules under the scheme.

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