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Innovative activity and some features of taxation

Lyudmila Pushkareva and Mikhail Pushkarev

MPRA Paper from University Library of Munich, Germany

Abstract: Innovation activity at an industrial enterprise is a set of conditions affecting the relationship of the interaction of the business structure with other business entities and the state. The environment of innovative activity at the enterprise is variable, heterogeneous, dependent on many positive or negative factors acting on it. The ratio of these factors makes the environment either favorable, i.e. conducive to the implementation of entrepreneurial innovative ideas or adverse (risky) for the normal development of innovation. In the coming years, the structure of sources of financing technological innovation in industry will not change significantly, therefore it is important to create such conditions for organizations so that they can finance innovation in the future. In this significant role belongs to taxes. There are a number of articles in the Tax Code, a slight change of which will create a more favorable climate for innovation. In some cases, it is important for a taxpayer to receive a deferral or installment plan for a tax payment. Investment tax credit also represents a deferred payment; it can be granted to organizations that perform R&D; either technical re-equipment of own production; or carry out innovative or innovative activities, including creating new or improving applied technologies, etc.

Keywords: Innovative activity; taxation. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: H2 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020-05-05
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Published in E3S Web of Conferences 164 (2020): pp. 10027

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