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What’s current and where to next with the R&D tax incentive – An adviser’s and administrator's perspective presentation

Published on 17 Aug 18 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • R&D tax incentive
  • WA makes up 11% of registrations nationwide and the largest sectors are manufacturing and mining
  • Budget 2018 – reforming the R&D tax incentive
  • what’s current and where to next – ATO activity
  • claiming R&D tax.

Author profiles

Steve Carroll
Scott Parkinson
Scott Parkinson is an Assistant Commissioner in the ATO’s private group’s area. Since 2014 Scott has had coverage of the ATO’s engagement activities in the R&D tax incentive including fraud, high risk refunds, promoter penalties, and general compliance. Scott was also involved in the drafting of the ATO’s R&D Taxpayer Alerts and other ATO publications designed to help Tax Agents and potential claimants access the R&D tax incentive. - Current at 09 April 2018
Greg Thomas

 

This was presented at 51st Western Australia State Convention .

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