Cash for your Clients: R&D Tax Concessions & Government Grants
Published on 27 Feb 2008
| Took place at MGSM, Sydney
To remain competitive, businesses need to develop new products and improve processes - usually by innovating and solving technical challenges. Australia’s Research and Development (“R&D”) tax concession and grants systems provide additional tax deductions and cash to assist such companies.
This seminar explored the R&D tax concession and the various government grants available to help your client access these benefits.
The R&D tax concession is an entitlement and is intended to apply to development activities outside the lab. Claimants include manufacturers, miners, agri-business, financial services, etc. The seminar covered the tax rules relating to R&D, case studies and explained recent improvements to the law including an R&D tax concession for multinationals. Maybe your company or client is also entitled to the R&D concession?
There are also a number of government grants available to help businesses grow – to commercialise a technology or to find a new market. Many of these grants are competitive and it is critical to understand the eligibility criteria for each grant to maximise your client’s chances of successfully receiving funding.
Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.