Our presentation on 7 December will cover what the Research & Development Tax Incentive (R&DTI) is about and how it helps start-ups and small businesses. A brief history of R&D funding in Australia, the potential benefits and industries which usually claim the R&DTI.
We will also include other grants which may be available to start-ups and small businesses and finish with a Q&A session.
Daniel Ronai has had a varied career in finance which provides him with a unique combination of experiences and insights to provide services as a Grants Consultant. He has over 20 years in finance working for well-known companies including Computershare, Macquarie Bank, Goldman Sachs JB Were, St George Bank and AMP. This included various roles in client relations and advising small businesses in compliance which is key to Daniel now working with growing start-ups and small businesses to help them maximise what they can legitimately claim.
Over seven years ago, Daniel became a Grants Consultant specialising in the R&D Tax Incentives and Export Market Development Grants (EMDG). This allows him to empower businesses to make a difference in the world and get the support they deserve for the risk and the effort they take on. He is a registered specialist Tax Agent for R&D tax incentives with the Tax Practitioners Board (which is a requirement to legally provide advice relating to R&D Tax Incentives) as well as being on the NSW State Reference Group which discusses administrative and operational matters with AusIndustry and the ATO. He is also registered with Austrade as an EMDG Consultant.
Daniel has completed numerous courses including Grad Dip App Fin and Bachelor Business as well as specialty courses. He is also holds Fellow membership at both The Tax Institute and FINSIA.