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Proposed R&D tax credits - Credit where credit is due paper

Published on 11 Feb 10 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • the changing definition of R&D activities
  • claiming R&D tax credits
  • other tax related matters
  • changes to innovation Australia.

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Serg DUCHINI
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Sukvinder Heyer
Sukvinder Heyer has been advising in Research & Development (R&D) for over 20 years. Central to her approach is understanding your business and your needs related to the identification, preparation and support of your R&D claim. This includes timeliness of R&D tax compliance work whether you are a small company or large and supporting you through all phases of an ATO or AusIndustry review. - Current at 16 December 2020
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