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Federal R&D Tax Credit Bill passes, more changes to come

The passage last Thursday of the Tax Laws Amendment Bill (2009 Measures no 4) represents the Rudd Government's first significant milestone on the road to delivering a more streamlined R&D Tax Credit for innovative Australian businesses.

Federal R&D Tax Credit Bill passes, more changes to come

The passage last Thursday of the Tax Laws Amendment Bill (2009 Measures no 4) represents the Rudd Government's first significant milestone on the road to delivering a more streamlined R&D Tax Credit for innovative Australian businesses.

Swan urges businesses denied credit to come forward

Federal Treasurer Wayne Swan has warned the big four banks that they have an obligation to extend credit to viable Australian businesses.

How to secure a government grant (questions answered)

Australian Anthill Magazine Dec 2008/Jan 2009 As part of the Magazine 2.0 Experiment, we asked our readers to pose questions via our blog concerning the government...

Ask our expert about how to secure a government grant

Ever applied for a grant and been knocked back? Perhaps you don't even know where to start? With many private investors now regarding new and...

Are you grant ready? The Money Tree

The Money Tree KA-CHING! What's that sound, you may ask? Well, it's the sound of money starting to flow. The 2008 Federal Budget demonstrated a...

Have we upset you lately?

Why do people keep asking me to be reasonable? It was George Bernard Shaw who gave us the maxim, ‘The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.’ As you know, we like to question common assumptions at Anthill, fight conventional wisdom, rally together to combat commercial stupidity.

Too many ‘Qs’, not enough ‘007s’

I was part of an 'intimate' and 'confidential' dinner with Innovation Minister Kim Carr last Wednesday night. The topic was innovation (of course). And it...

Too many 'Qs', not enough '007s'

I was part of an 'intimate' and 'confidential' dinner with Innovation Minister Kim Carr last Wednesday night. The topic was innovation (of course). And it...

Anthill Activism Part #2: Commercial Ready scrapped

Rumours of my spinal injury have been greatly exaggerated. Well…. Not really. When you see the words ‘potential impotence’ among the risks of surgery, you know...

Did you get your say at Senator Carr's Innovation Review?

In the cover story of Anthill's launch Edition, way back in 2003, we posed the question, "Who's carrying Australian Innovation." Five year's later, we have...

Did you get your say at Senator Carr’s Innovation Review?

In the cover story of Anthill's launch Edition, way back in 2003, we posed the question, "Who's carrying Australian Innovation." Five year's later, we have...

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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...

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