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Preparing the consolidated tax return presentation


This presentation covers the following topics:

  • common problems and issues with preparing the return
  • bottom up versus a top down approach
  • shortcuts around depreciation
  • practical solutions to these issues.

Author profile

Andrew Van Dinter ATI
Andrew van Dinter, ATIA is a tax partner in the corporate tax practice of Ernst & Young here in Melbourne with over 18 years experience. Andrew leads the mining and energy tax practice for Oceania and works closely with companies across the country on managing their tax affairs and on the tax implications of M&A activity across both the Resources and Energy sectors. - Current at 13 February 2012
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This was presented at Corporate Tax Intensive: Corporate Tax Stakes .

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