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NSW Government launches R&D action plan

This week Premier Gladys Berejiklian launched the Turning Ideas into Jobs – Accelerating Research & Development in NSW Action Plan.

Let’s Talk: The Federal Budget

In this article, we look at the key take-aways from this year’s Federal Budget for Australia’s small businesses and startups. In addition, readers will...

Qld company fined $4.25m for encouraging clients to exploit the R&D tax offset scheme

A Queensland company that secured millions in tax refunds for clients by exploiting the R&D tax incentive program has been ordered by the Federal...

NSW Government commits $2m to cyber security

The NSW Government is investing $2 million in a university-led cyber security network, with the aim being to protect the public sector and industry...

Innovation grants of up to $250k available to NSW tech businesses under Israel partnership

NSW businesses can apply for matched grants of up to $250,000 to support joint R&D projects between NSW and Israel, under an innovation program...

R&D Tax Incentive registration deadline looms

The deadline for registering for the Research and Development Tax Incentive, which offsets some of the costs of eligible R&D activities, is Monday, 1...

Nine Steps to Build an Agile Business in 2017

Being agile in business today means you’re flexible, fast and adaptable. While agility has been a necessity in the fast-moving world of software development for some...

R&D Tax Review report recommends capping refund available to start-ups at $2 millon  

The Federal Government has encouraged businesses to submit feedback on findings from Research and development (R&D) Tax Incentive Review report, released this week Undertaken by...

Get innovative to grow and allow for failure

I don’t like to fail, but I know it’s all part of the process. In order to succeed, you must first learn to fail. This...

Tax incentives for research and development – another reason to innovate

Recently, the Australian government acknowledged the importance of innovation by offering a new research and development tax incentive for innovative businesses, which allows business owners to claim up to 150% of their research and development expenses on their 2012 tax returns.