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Accounting for the resource super profits tax presentation

Published on 23 Jun 10 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers accounting implications.

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Andrew VAN DINTER
Andrew van Dinter ATIA is an Executive Director in the Tax Consulting Group of Ernst & Young. He has extensive experience in both domestic and international tax law issues and advises clients across the mining, utilities and services sectors and is a member of the Ernst & Young specialist group monitoring Australian tax aspects of climate change and the AETS. Andrew, along with David Burns are the principal authors of an upcoming major report for the Institute of Chartered Accountants on the tax policy issues involved in the AETS
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This was presented at Resource Super Profits Tax - Not So Super! .

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Resource super profits tax (RSPT)

Author(s):  Grant CATHRO

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Commercial implications of the resources super profits tax

Author(s):  Ted HILL

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Accounting for the resource super profits tax

Author(s):  Andrew VAN DINTER

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