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From concept to start-up structuring and other tax considerations paper


This paper covers:

  • from concept to startup
  • R&D tax incentive.

Author profiles

Samuel Howard CTA
Photo of author, Sam HOWARD Sam is a Partner with Ernst & Young in Adelaide. Sam has over 20 years' experience in tax consulting, providing advice to a range of corporates and SME clients in Adelaide in areas such as transactions, restructuring and tax consolidation as well as general tax advisory services. Sam leads EY Adelaide's Tax Reporting practice which involves providing best practice solutions to large corporates and multi nationals around managing Tax Compliance Reporting. Until recently, Sam was a member of the TTI's State Technical Committee and is a past Chairman of that Committee. - Current at 01 February 2016
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Melissa Fardone
Melissa Fardone is an R&D Manager with EY assisting companies with their R&D tax incentive claims. Her broader experience includes the development of R&D plans, business process efficiency and commercialisation strategies. Melissa has significant experience with analysing and preparing R&D claims for a wide variety of clients across the agriculture, and broader food and wine sectors. - Current at 30 August 2016
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