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Original or amended claim
If the company has already lodged a research and development tax concession schedule for the 2008-09 year of income, print X in the box at the right of Amended claim. If it hasn't, print X in the box at the right of Original.
Print the name of the company. The name shown on the research and development tax concession schedule must be the same as that shown on the company's tax return.
Tax file number (TFN)
Write the TFN of the company.
AusIndustry - Innovation Australia number
Write the AusIndustry - Innovation Australia registration number issued to the company for this income year for registered activities.
If your company is the head company of a consolidated group and it is not registered with AusIndustry for the current year, write the registration number of any subsidiary member company in the consolidated group that has been registered.
Australian business number (ABN)
Write the company's ABN.
Signature as prescribed on tax return
The person who is required to sign and who signs the company tax return must also sign the research and development tax concession schedule.
At D Preliminary calculation write the add-back of R&D accounting expenditure for the amounts that you have written at the expenditure labels at item 6 Calculation of total profit or loss on the Company tax return 2009 which relate to amounts that are subject to the R&D tax concession (Australian owned or foreign owned R&D).
The amount written at D on the research and development tax concession schedule must be the same as the amount written at D Accounting expenditure in item 6 subject to R&D tax concession item 7 on the company tax return.
If you have not written expense amounts for R&D deductions at item 6 Calculation of total profit or loss on the company tax return (if, for example, those amounts are capitalised) write 0 at D Preliminary calculation on the research and development tax concession schedule and D Accounting expenditure in item 6 subject to R&D tax concession item 7 on the company tax return.