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Fostering Australian R&D activity through industry-university collaboration

Published on 01 Jul 20 by "AUSTRALIAN TAX FORUM" JOURNAL ARTICLE

The R&D Tax Incentive provides a legislative framework that aims to reward and stimulate investment in Australian R&D. Achieving the policy aim currently requires industry to navigate complex requirements that can sometimes elude the most sophisticated R&D participants. In such cases, support for industry comes from advisory specialists who assist with registration of the R&D activities and related Incentive claims via the taxation system.

Author profiles

Enrico Mercuri
Enrico is an Adjunct Professor, School of Computer Science and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, UNSW Sydney who practices in taxation law with an emphasis on the R&D Tax Incentive; and researches international taxation law.
Jared Birbeck
Jared is a graduate of the Flinders University of South Australia and holds a Masters of Taxation from UNSW Sydney, and is a taxation law practitioner whose specialisation includes R&D law interpretation.

 

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