April, 2014

The Applicant and Industry R&D Board [1999] AATA 468

April 7th, 2014

This application was brought to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) to review a decision by the Industry Research and Development (IR&D) Board, who determined that the applicant did not conduct eligible activities to claim the R&D tax concession. Sub-section 39T(4) of the IR&D Act 1986 provides that the hearing of a proceeding relating to a reviewable decision must take place in private. These reasons are therefore cast in such a way as to preserve the confidential identity of the applicant. […]

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North Broken Hill Ltd v Industry R&D Board [1993] AATA 254

April 4th, 2014

The AAT has upheld the IR&D Board’s decision that North Broken Hill’s activities in designing and implementing the Product Tracking System were not research and development activities for the purposes of section 73B of the Assessment Act.. Facts The Commissioner of Taxation requested the IR&D Board to give him a certificate stating whether a project, carried on by North Broken Hill and known as the “Product Tracking System” project, was an R&D activity. The IR&D Board had one of its […]

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