Obtaining R&D Tax Incentives and IP Protection

Is your company undertaking Research and Development (R&D), or do you have Intellectual Property to protect?  There are targeted, generous and easy to access incentives available which are aimed to support your R&D activity.

The R&D Tax Incentive provides tax offset for companies that spend money on R&D activity.  The offset is a 45% tax offset for small companies (less than $20m turnover) and 40% for non-refundable offset for larger company (over $20m turnover).

This briefing will include:

  • Gaining an overview of the eligibility criteria, including examples of qualifying activities
  • Demonstrating a calculation of offset and the after tax benefit to the eligible companies
  • Outlining the annual registration process

Patent Attorney, Mark Roberts (from Davies Collison Cave) will discuss the types of IP protection available to obtain R&D results, such as patents, trademarks and copyrights.

Registration is essential, reserve your place now

Wednesday, 9 March, 2016 - 12:30 to 14:00
Crowe Horwath, Level 1, 200 Malop Street, Geelong

Further Information

Crow Horwath & Davies Collison Cave
5224 7749