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CPRs for the environment or the tax system? Exploring the tax aspects of the Green Paper

Published on 01 Aug 08 by "THE TAX SPECIALIST" JOURNAL ARTICLE

The paper explores the tax issues arising under the Government’s July 2008 Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme Green Paper, identifying the key areas of concern and suggesting possible policy approach alternatives to address those concerns. Although the Green Paper does not present a settled policy position in a number of key areas, it does present advisers and in-house tax professionals with the Government’s current thinking and the preferred taxation outcomes, thereby providing a basis for planning a preliminary response.

Author profiles:

Judy MORRIS
Judy is a Corporate Tax Partner with KPMG with over 20 years experience working in major law firms and listed corporate groups. Prior to joining KPMG Judy worked with Caltex Australia in a range of roles including the head of tax role during an active period of acquisitions and divestments, including a major merger. Judy has a keen interest in the interaction of current taxation rules and the recent developments in response to climate change, linking into the resources of KPMG’s Sustainability Advisory Services group. Judy chairs a Taxation Institute sub-committee focusing on carbon trading and taxes.
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Dr Michael DIRKIS
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