OneNet, in association with KPMG, Microsoft and IBM have organised an event for New Zealand ISVs seeking to understand what qualifies as "an appreciable element of novelty" under the new R&D tax rules.
Successful R&D tax claims generate 15 cents tax refund for every qualifying dollar spent.
Don’t miss this highly targeted seminar series designed for the principals of independent software vendor firms (ISVs), and their tax advisors. In particular the seminar will focus on interpreting the key words every ISV leader will need to understand before any successful claim can be made – to make a successful claim as a software developer, there must be “an appreciable element of novelty”.
The seminars will be presented by the global R&D team of the “big four” accounting firm KPMG, in the following cities:
Further information and registration details click here.
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?:
Find out what does “an appreciable element of novelty” really mean for ISVs and learn how to construct a winning case.
Each seminar attendee will be eligible for a prize with a retail value of $10,000 – click here for more details.
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