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New, Improved Academic Research and Analysis on SR&ED

New, Improved Academic Research and Analysis on SR&ED

  We’ve expanded the SR&ED Academic Resources page in the Research and Analysis section of this website to include even more peer-reviewed journal articles.  Evidence-Based Policy: Why Research is Important for SR&ED As we’ve discussed previously, the SR&ED program is complex and can seem enormous. One

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5 Common SR&ED Misperceptions

5 Common SR&ED Misperceptions

The SR&ED tax incentive program is often perceived as being intensely complicated, with endless rules, caveats and other such factors that make the claiming process a daunting one. While this is partially true – there are many policies and forms – but that doesn’t mean

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SR&ED Quarterly Updates: Q2 2015 (April to June)

SR&ED Quarterly Updates: Q2 2015 (April to June)

April 2015 was a busy month for Scientific Research & Experimental Development (SR&ED) policy-makers. With the release of the updated Claim Review Manual (CRM) for Research and Technology Advisors (RTAs) and shifting definitions for common SR&ED terms, the second quarter of 2015 resulted in several

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SR&ED Quarterly Updates: Q1 2015 (January to March)

SR&ED Quarterly Updates: Q1 2015 (January to March)

The Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) program is a frequently updated R&D tax credit. Given the immense difference that any official change brings upon practicing and claiming SR&ED, it is extremely important for claimants to stay up-to-date regarding the program’s administration. This article will limit

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Recent Tax Court of Canada Ruling on Software SR&ED

Recent Tax Court of Canada Ruling on Software SR&ED

On October 27, 2015, the Tax Court of Canada (TCC) delivered a ruling on software-related Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) tax claims. In the case of ACSIS EHR (Electronic Health Record) Inc. v. The Queen, Justice Diane Campbell ruled in favour of ACSIS (allowing 100% of

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