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Taxpayers’ Ombudsman: What is it and When Can You Use It?

Taxpayers' Ombudsman: What is it and When Can You Use It?

Learn more about what the Taxpayers’ Ombudsman can do for you. We have previously written about the process of filing a service-related complaint with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). However, there are instances where the CRA’s service complaint process does not satisfy a taxpayer’s concerns regarding

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Is Canadian R&D Too Risk Averse?

Is Canadian R&D Too Risk Averse?

Are Canadian companies running from research and development because of risk? Innovation in Canada has been under scrutiny by the government, industry, and media in various forms for decades. In this article, we discuss a growing trend among critics of Canada’s research and development (R&D) funding

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Canadian Legal Technology Is Worth Watching (and May Qualify for SR&ED)

Canadian Legal Technology Is Worth Watching (and May Qualify for SR&ED)

The future of Canadian legal technology and its eligibility for SR&ED. The latest Canadian technology generating significant press is legal technology. “Legal technology” is any technology, from artificial intelligence to digital analytics, that lawyers are using. Lawyers are directly investing in and being used as

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The Unintended Consequences of Poorly Timed Policy Changes

The Unintended Consequences of Poorly Timed Policy Changes

Would more consideration for the dates that policy changes take place make compliance easier? Policy-makers have a habit of introducing policy changes in the middle of accounting periods. This creates problems in a company’s accounting and reporting processes, and increases the cost of compliance. These

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“Income Sprinkling” & SR&ED: Why the Two Are Not Comparable Means of Paying Less Tax

"Income Sprinkling" & SR&ED: Why the Two Are Not Comparable Means of Paying Less Tax

Will small businesses substitute “income sprinkling” with filing a claim for the SR&ED tax credit to decrease their taxes payable? In July 2017, the federal government announced plans to “close three loopholes which the government says have allowed high-earning business owners to avoid higher tax

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