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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

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
Steve Carroll
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Greg Thomas

 

This was presented at 51st Western Australia State Convention .

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

Author(s):  Steve Carroll,  Scott Parkinson,  Greg Thomas

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