- R&D Tax Incentive
- Target groups
Entrepreneurial investments focused on employment and growth. Especially in
the areas of innovation, the environment, the circular economy and digitization, e.g.
Establishment of a new site, expansion of a site, investments in process or
product innovations and business diversification.
Funding is provided for investments in depreciable fixed assets. Not subsidized
personnel costs, material costs, advertising costs, land, etc. are generally not funded.
The grant application must be submitted BEFORE the first binding project activity (= delivery, deposit, order, etc.) begins.
(= delivery, down payment, order, etc.). Financing discussions and
planning services can take place before!
Governs the maximum allowable funding rates. Subsidies MAY be distributed up to these maximum
maximum values per project, but MUST not!
The maximum permissible funding intensity depends on
Investment location (regional development area) and
Regional development areas: Are generally located away from urban areas. Tends to be
poorly developed areas (in terms of accessibility). Comparatively low number of
of value-creating enterprises.
The following provincial funding overview is designed for SMEs (small and medium-sized
enterprises). For the allocation to this category, the criteria:
are taken into account. The number of employees is the primary characteristic.
As a rule, the most recent annual financial statements are used as a reference.
A one-time overrun does not necessarily mean a higher classification. One
the development of the last few years is always taken into account.