06 August 2020
The next instalment in our monthly Seminar Series, is our webinar, ‘How the R&D Tax Incentive Helps to Grow Your Business’ on 27 August.
The R&D tax incentive aims to boost competitiveness and improve productivity across the Australian economy by:
- Encouraging industry to conduct R&D that may not otherwise have been conducted
- Improving the incentive for smaller firms to undertake R&D
- Providing business with more predictable, less complex support
This event will explore the benefits of the R&D tax incentive program, including what defines eligible R&D activities and who should apply. You will hear tips from a panel of experts for those starting out and keen to understand more about the tax incentive.
Joining us is Dr Manuel Zander from AusIndustry, who is an R&DTI Case Manager. He is passionate about seeing Australian companies increasing their investment in R&D and believes by conducting more R&D, companies are often more successful and contribute to economic growth at a higher rate than those that do not. AusIndustry is the Australian Government's principal agency for delivering assistance, programmes and services which support industry, research and innovation.
Dave Sammut is an Associate at Access RnD Tax Solutions, who has worked for more than 25 years in active research, R&D corporate management and commercialisation, and in professional communications. Access RnD Tax Solutions helps innovative Australian businesses access and maximise their entitlements under the R&D Tax Incentive, the Export Market Development Grant and other Federal Government programs to maximise the growth of Australian companies.
Sue Mundy is an accountant/economist from the Australian Tax Office (ATO) and her experience in the ATO covers all taxes and client populations, delivering the R&D tax incentive since it began in 2012. She is currently responsible for the client experience of public and multinational businesses who claim the R&D tax incentive in the company tax return.
MTPConnect Managing Director & CEO, Dr Dan Grant will also join the discussion to share insights on the opportunities to take advantage of the R&D tax incentive.
We hope you can join us.
Register here on 27 August 11-12:15pm AEST.