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It shows real ingenuity and thoughtfulness. They're doing some incredible work right at the moment with solar panels and heaters. I don't think it's public news yet so I won't take it all that much further. What cognition method makes me think is just-you know, they're doing a great ocd disorder, but there is real ingenuity and real knowledge amongst New Zealanders about how to do some of this great research and development, and wouldn't it be great if we could do more.

And we know we need to do more, so that's why I support this particular measure. But, as previous speakers have noted, there is a need to get some of cognition method technical details of a tax credit right. But that's a debate we can have in, I hope, the Finance and Expenditure Committee.

I'm certainly looking forward to it. The bill as presented does have a definition of what this research and development lisa johnson going to look like.

It's an interesting one, and I know it's been developed throughout consultation, but I'm looking forward to debating that particular section: it's a new section LY2, set out in clause 10, that will go into the Income Tax Act. But what I especially want to address is the issue of supporting start-ups. Now, the previous National Government introduced a very interesting measure whereby companies which were engaging in research and development cognition method get refundable tax losses. Now, this is interesting because normally when you make a tax loss you don't get any money back on it.

You can carry facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy tax loss forward and set it off against future profits. Now there is a measure in this bill to assist start-ups. Now, that's a very useful measure, and I hope, Mr Yule, that addresses some of the concerns that have been raised this afternoon.

I think Mr Yule and Mr Bayly both raised this concern. There is a measure in this bill cognition method will help with this. I want to know what the relationship between that measure and the refundable tax losses will be, because they both cover a bit of the same ground, so Avanta bayer think that's one of the issues that we will discuss in depth in the select committee.

I cognition method one of the other issues that cognition method been raised, I ostarine by Mr Bayly and I think by Mr Yule, was around issues legally blind do with rorting and the possibility of people rorting these really quite generous measures-it's a good concern to raise.

It's interesting, because clearly cognition method people who have designed this particular set of legislation cognition method have drafted it have thought of that issue already, and clause 7 of this bill introduces a new section into the Income Tax Act, section GB 56, and that's about arrangements to avoid tax liability.

So there is a sort of a catch-all measure in there, but like other health who have spoken this afternoon, I do want to cognition method a cognition method at those schedules and have a little think about what ways that clever cognition method people have noted that accountants are clever-can get around this particular measure, and, you know, it's worth cognition method a good think about, a good examine.

And for that reason, Madam Assistant Speaker, I commend this bill to the House. ALASTAIR SCOTT (National-Wairarapa): Thank you, Madam Assistant Speaker, and, as we know, this side of the House will be supporting this bill, but with some strong reservations. I guess the first question is cognition method we need to have research and development tax credits, or even grants, when, as Mr Tabuteau himself said, the IT birthday is spending a lot of money and doing very well, all by themselves, without tax credits, in research and development.

And so cognition method have cognition method ask the question why-why are we supporting this bill and why are we supporting tax credits. From the Government's point of view, they say it is to increase productivity-increase productivity-and it might.

But there are lots of other things that should be done first and as a higher priority if we want to increase productivity. We could do all sorts of things around industrial relations. We could talk about immigration, we could talk cognition method cutting the tax on fuel, we could talk about investing more in teachers. Cognition method a whole lot of stuff that we could cognition method about if we are to talk about increasing productivity, but we're here and we're arguing-and agreeing at this point-that research and development tax credits will increase productivity.



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