You will be entitled to an R&D tax offset under the R&D tax incentive if:
- you have registered eligible R&D activities
- your total notional deduction amount for an income year is at least $20,000.
If your total notional deductions are less than $20,000, you can only get an R&D tax offset for:
- expenditure incurred to a research service provider (RSP), for services in a research field for which the RSP is registered under the Industry Research and Development Act 1986 (IR&D Act) - where that RSP isn't an associate of the R&D entity
- expenditure incurred as a monetary contribution under the Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) program.