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InCorp Global can help you traverse this complicated landscape and take advantage of the financial assistance that these programs have to offer.
The Australian Government offers several grants that can give innovative small and medium-sized businesses the critical cash funding they need to move forward. The three main grants are:
|R&D Tax Incentive||Export market development grant||Early Stage Innovation Company (ESIC)|
How InCorp Australia Can Help
Ability to grow with your business
Compared to using internal resources
Tailored to You
Meeting outside business hours and on weekends
InCorp Australia’s R&D tax incentive services can be broken down into stages:
We work with you to define eligibility and identify potential R&D projects and any other relevant government incentives.
Using our unique interview-based ‘reverse audit methodology,’ we prepare your supporting documentation, including R&D project plans.
We calculate your eligible R&D expenditure on a project-by-project basis.
We prepare your application for registration of R&D activities for lodgement with AusIndustry, and if approved, the R&D schedule for lodgement with the Australian Taxation Office.
We liaise with AusIndustry and the Australian Taxation Office in the event of any review or audit.
Besides the R&D Tax Incentive, InCorp Australia can also assist across a suite of other government incentives programs across export market development grant (EMDG) and early stage innovation company (ESIC) supporting across calculations, testing, and submissions.
Our aim is to enable governments to maximise economic value capture through the design and implementation of the right suite of incentives that promote your growth and expansion.
Our incentives experts have secured more than $320 million in grants for our clients to date and we can help you too.
Please contact our team today to kickstart a conversation on how InCorp Australia can assist you!
Contact our Team:
- The Australian Government offers grants to a large number of stakeholders that are often used to attain government policy goals.
- They include:
- Increased cash flow
- Tax breaks
- Reduced operating costs
- They are:
- The Entrepreneur’s Programme
- Austrade Landing Pad
- Export Market Development Grant
- Accelerating Commercialisation