Published on 25 Oct 11
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers:
- explanation of the new requirements and some examples of its application
- discussion of the eligibility of core and supporting activities undertaken by SMEs and large corporates
- what are the differences between the new definitions and those under the old R&D tax concession program?
- what substantiation is required?
Please note a video of Karen Stein's presentation is attached to Jamie Munday's materials and can be downloaded there.
Karen is a specialist R&D Tax Partner, leading the Deloitte NSW R&D practice. Karen has over 20 years’
experience assisting corporates with securing R&D funding opportunities. This includes advising on the
R&D Tax Concession and Offset programs. Karen also assists companies with ATO and AusIndustry
reviews and audits, development of R&D Project Plans, development of innovation programs, R&D Tax
Concession and Offset Claims, and Grant Applications. Karen has been actively involved in the
consultation process surrounding the new Tax Incentive Program.
- Current at
12 September 2011