Learn how forward planning for your R&D claim can save time, maximise the benefit for your business and improve your chances of a successful claim.

Join RSM's Steve Elias as he talks about our unique approach to preparing for your R&D claim and find out how this pre-planning methodology can help you avoid the pitfalls of the traditional, retrospective nature of the R&D tax claim.

This webinar will highlight the real benefits to looking forward, not back, when claiming your R&D tax incentive.
In this webinar, Steve will discuss:

  • How you can save time on documentation recovery with tips for record keeping
  • Increasing the chance of success and maximising your claim with appropriate and complete documentation
  • Smoothing cashflow and identifying ongoing tax and compliance issues with quarterly consultations
  • A full understanding of the R&D process

Date: Tuesday, 7 July 2020

Time: 11:00am - 11:45am AWST

1:00pm - 1:45pm AEST

This is an online webinar via Zoom.

Please note that Zoom access details will be provided upon registration.

For further information, please contact Kelly Phillips on kelly.phillips@rsm.com.au
Steve Elias | RSM Australia
Principal, R&D Tax Services
Based in our Perth office, Steve is a Principal in the R&D Tax Services division providing specialist R&D tax incentive consulting services. Since 2007, Steve has provided R&D tax advice to a range of diverse industries across Australia. Prior to joining RSM in 2012, Steve was a member of the R&D tax incentive group at a big four accounting firm. View Steve's full profile >>
R&D year end planning during an unprecedented time

In what has been an unprecedented year so far around the world, business and life in Australia have never been more different. At a time when there is economic uncertainty and cashflow is critical, it is more important than ever to plan for the R&D Tax Incentive and to ensure robust documentation is in place to secure much needed R&D funds.

The following summary outlines the key items to look out for and documents to prepare leading up to 30 June 2020.
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