Miscellaneous 2009

DAcjA vu: The tax aspects of the CPRS White

Source: Taxation In Australia Journal Article

Published Date: 1 Feb 2009

 
On 15 December 2008 the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme: Australia’s Low Pollution Future White Paper was released It sets out Australia’s Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme (CPRS). The CPRS is a cap and trade scheme aimed at reducing Australia’s greenhouse gasses. This paper explores the potential tax issues that arise It is of interest to all practitioners, in particular those whose clients have direct emissions of 25,000 or more tonnes or are “upstream” fuel suppliers.
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Dr Michael Dirkis CTA

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Brett Bondfield CTA

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