Miscellaneous 2007

Research & development tax concession: new and amended 175% deductions

Source: Victoria

Published Date: 11 Oct 2007


Current and emerging issues with the R&D tax measures and possible solutions are explored in this presentation including:

  • R&D grouping
  • interaction with tax consolidation
  • depreciating plant
  • global business impacts.

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Research & development tax concession: new and amended 175% deductions

Author(s): Tony Baxter


  • Published By: Tony Baxter
  • Published On:11 Oct 2007
  • Took place at:Mantra Erskine Beach Resort, Lorne

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Miscellaneous 2007

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