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Income tax aspects of climate change paper

Published on 27 Mar 08 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • brief introduction to climate change, Kyoto, and emissions trading
  • how might an emissions trading system be taxed?
  • what about money I am spending on CO2 reduction now - do I get a deduction?
  • geosequestration expenditure - TR 2008/D2
  • deductions for planting trees - Tax Law Amendment (2008 Measures No.1) Bill.

Author profile:

Craig BOWIE
Craig is a Special Counsel at Minter Ellison. He specialises in corporate taxation, and has substantial experience in tax litigation, and in achieving negotiated outcomes with the ATO. He is a Fellow of the Taxation Institute of Australia and the Australia and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance, and is a member of the Taxation Institute of Australia’s National Corporate and CGT Technical Committees, as well as the Queensland Education and Technical Committees. In addition to his law degree, he holds a Graduate Diploma of Insurance and a Masters of Tax.
Current at 27 March 2008
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