PPT moves to second House committee
Alaska legislators told some clarification could be useful on proportioning replacement costs where maintenance an issue
By Kristen Nelson
The bill to prevent deductions under the Petroleum Profits Tax due to no maintenance or improper maintenance passed out of the House Special Committee on Oil and Gas March 1 and had its first hearing in House Resources March 19.
Jon Iverson, deputy director of the Department of Revenue, told H....
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Negligence vs. improper maintenance
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