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Agribusiness & innovation – Accessing the R&D tax incentive and grants presentation

Published on 18 Nov 16 by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • R&D tax incentive vs. government grants – what’s the difference?
  • what is the benefit of the R&D tax incentive?
  • how do I know if I’m eligible for the R&D tax incentive?
  • core vs. supporting activities
  • agricultural R&D activities
  • can I include overseas costs in my R&D claim?
  • the impact of IP ownership and documentation on R&D eligibility
  • R&D expenditure and the complexity of feedstock
  • regulator activity
  • federal and state government grants.

Author profiles

Peter Wirtz
Peter Wirtz leads EY Adelaide's R&D tax incentive and grants team and has more than fifteen years' experience in leading chartered accounting firms and industry, providing services to various organisations in Australia and South Africa. In particular Peter has experience with all aspects of R&D claims (including overseas findings, risk reviews and audits) and has managed numerous engagements for a wide variety of clients across the agriculture, and broader food and wine sectors. - Current at 30 August 2016
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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