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Court backs taxpayer on deductibility of resource consent costs / by Casey Plunket

By: Casey, Plunket.
Series: Taxation today.Publisher: New Zealand, Brookers, Edition: no. 68, December 2013.Description: 4-5, 2.Subject(s): Tax disputes | Tax law | Tax casesSummary: Discusses the High Court judgement in favour of TrustPower against Inland Revenue on the deductibility of resource consent costs. Suggests this may apply to other costs incurred in investigating the acquisition or development of new assets, but warns Inland Revenue may appeal.
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Discusses the High Court judgement in favour of TrustPower against Inland Revenue on the deductibility of resource consent costs. Suggests this may apply to other costs incurred in investigating the acquisition or development of new assets, but warns Inland Revenue may appeal.

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