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Fake Government Grants Cold Calls

The scam calls may include: mention of an ‘Australian Government Grants Department’ a claim of ownership of the Government’s www.grantslink.gov.au website requests for $4000.00 to ‘contribute to charities to pay off a government debt requests for a fee of $199.00 to release grant funding; and the names of prominent Australians. The Government DOES NOT cold call offering grants. [...]

By | 2011-02-23T11:53:57+00:00 February 23rd, 2011|Climate Grants, Export and Tourism Grants, Innovation and R&D Grants, Manufacturing Grants, Small Business|Comments Off on Fake Government Grants Cold Calls

Climate Change Adaptation Research Grants

The Australian Government has announced funding for priority adaptation research into preparing Australia for the unavoidable impacts of climate change. The Government will invest $2 million into research addressing the impacts climate change poses to Australia’s primary industries with a further $5 million to support research focusing on the social and economic implications of climate change [...]

By | 2011-02-14T12:05:52+00:00 February 14th, 2011|Climate Grants, Innovation and R&D Grants|Comments Off on Climate Change Adaptation Research Grants

Grant Writing Expertise

Obtaining grants is a highly specialised field, and there are many stages to writing a grant proposal, such as identifying the need, designing the project, determining the grant opportunities, writing the grant applications and administering funds received. To further complicate things, the processes for pursuing federal, state, and private funds are very different. Many businesses [...]

By | 2011-01-24T12:15:01+00:00 January 24th, 2011|Climate Grants, Education, Export and Tourism Grants, Innovation and R&D Grants, Manufacturing Grants, Small Business|Comments Off on Grant Writing Expertise

Flood Grants And Subsidies Tax Exempt

The Government has today announced that clean-up and recovery grants of up to $25,000, paid to primary producers and small businesses directly affected by the recent flooding that has occurred since 29 November 2010, will be exempt from tax. These grants would normally be treated as assessable income, with taxpayers able to claim deductions for [...]

By | 2011-01-20T11:59:02+00:00 January 20th, 2011|Climate Grants|Comments Off on Flood Grants And Subsidies Tax Exempt