Published on 08 May 09
by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Remaining competitive and profitable requires businesses to continue to find a competitive edge, develop new ideas and innovate. This paper explores the range of incentives available to businesses and briefly considers the implications of the recently released Cutler Review. An explanation of the following eligibility requirements and financial benefits is provided:
R&D Tax Offset
Government Grant Services and Climate Change:
Clean Business Australia initiative
Re-tooling for Climate Change
Green Building Fund
Export Market Development Grant.
Hank is the Victorian Practice Leader of the R&D Tax and Incentives Group at Deloitte. He is responsible for the
coordination and delivery of R&D and incentive services in Victoria. Hank is also the Deloitte National Life Sciences
Leader, is a member of the Deloitte Health and Life Sciences industry group and has actively contributed to the health
and life sciences community in Australia. He has extensive experience in R&D taxation consulting and has delivered
solutions for clients from a variety of industries across a range of incentive programs. Hank has a Bachelor of
Engineering (Hons) and a PhD from the University of Western Australia. He is an associate of the Institute of Chartered
Accountants and a Member of the Institute of Company Directors.
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