TechAbstract was born from the company’s director Jamie Collins’ time at AusIndustry as a field auditor of the then R&D Tax Concession. This knowledge gained a decade ago coupled with science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) substance has produced over 300 successful applications.
TechAbstract is different in that it only consists of graduates from science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) which provides a qualified platform of technical competence and experience that underscores its R&D Tax Incentive services.
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.
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.