Published on 25 Oct 11
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation covers:
- what is the R&D Tax Incentive?
- what are the key features of the program?
- what are findings:
- advance and overseas findings.
Please note the following links were provided in lieu of a technical paper:
R&D tax incentive - Fact sheet
R&D tax incentive and R&D tax concession - Key differences information sheet
R&D tax incentive - Overview
David is the General Manager, Research Development & Venture Capital Branch of AusIndustry. David has
over 20 years’ experience in research and development including as an Adviser to the Chief Defence
Scientist on capability management, and being responsible for over $2 billion in funding for public sector
research facilities. David now has responsibility for development and delivery of the R&D Tax Incentive;
working closely with industry to manage the transitional impacts. Current at 12 September 2011
Bill has over 25 years’ experience in compliance and interpretive work in the ATO. Bill has recently moved
into the ATO Innovations Group and is primarily responsible for managing the risks and overseeing
compliance work associated with the new R&D Incentive. Current at 12 September 2011
Nicole works for AusIndustry. Current at 09 November 2011
Nick is a Senior Tax Counsel with the ATO in Adelaide. As a member of the Tax Counsel Network he has
been involved with a wide variety of public rulings, litigation and tax law development work, including some
of the small business measures. He has specialised in R&D issues since 1998 and has practised in that
area to the present day. He has been an ATO member of the Tax Office's General Anti-avoidance Rules
Panel since 2007. Current at 12 September 2011
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