About TechAbstract R&D Tax Incentive
TechAbstract provides specialist R&D Tax Incentive services for small to medium companies.
TechAbstract’s R&D Tax Incentive services cater to both ongoing clients and also those companies that are new to the R&D Tax Incentive.
Tech Abstract covers a range of industries and welcomes software-based applications.
The challenge for a new R&D Tax Incentive applicant is that the information available from AusIndustry’s website is vague and obscure and it is often very difficult to match to your business and R&D activities. This is where TechAbstract can help.
TechAbstract was born from the company’s director Jamie Collins time at AusIndustry as a field auditor of the then R&D Tax Concession and the knowledge gained a decade ago coupled with STEM substance has produced
What is the R&D Tax Incentive?
The Australian Government’s R&D Tax Incentive program is jointly administered by AusIndustry and the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). The R&D Tax Incentive is a self-entitlement, self-education and self-assessment program.
TechAbstract ensures that our clients are properly assessed for eligibility and are fully compliant, enabling the production of a successful application with a minimum time burden on the client.
R&D Tax Incentive
TechAbstract has overseen over 300 successful applications for many Australian businesses. Check out some of our case studies to gain a better insight into some of the clients we have helped.
Industries we service
TechAbstract has clients in the following industries:
Food & beverage
Building & construction
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