On 3 July 2017 the SMH reported on millions of dollars rorted from the R&D Tax Scheme. The assistance provided to reputable companies by this scheme is invaluable. Pattens are committed to supporting honest companies obtain the maximum benefit from all grants.
Austrade advised the final payment for the 2015/16 grant year is 64.50483 cents in the dollar for payments above the initial payment ceiling amount of $40,000 making the maximum EMDG grant payable only $110,955. Pattens have over 40 years’ experience in EMDG Claims.
With over 25 years’ experience in engineering design, construction and the installation of a large range of both naval and commercial hardware, the recent receipt of $350,000 cash for their R&D Tax Incentive claim was an acknowledgement of our clients expertise.
Relying on Australia’s reputation as the source of the best, fresh and healthiest produce in the world, our client has commenced marketing our products to China, supported by the recent payment of a $40,000 Export Marketing Development Grant.
The Australian: 27 March, 2017 suggest “most major companies use R&D Tax Credits to rort taxpayers.” With over 35 years’ experience claiming R&D, Pattens have never been involved in any dishonest or questionable activity. Our claims are impeccable and can withstand any scrutiny.
Thanks to support from a $1.3M R&D Tax Incentive refund, our client is able to improve a higher standard of living and well-being to a greater range of people inflicted with a diverse range of diseases. We have a 100% success rate on R&D claims lodged.
Just as Pattens are able to assist clients with access to the range of grants, our client provides software solutions to the business community. They were recently refunded $250,000 for their R&D Tax Incentive claim.
The budget has closed Commercialisation Australia to new applications. Full applications submitted and accepted on or before 21 March 2014 will be assessed, and if meritorious against the assessment criteria they will be funded. All existing recipients of CA will still continue to be funded. A new Entrepreneurs’ Infrastructure Programme will replace: Australian Industry Participation [...]