A Guide to Supporting Technical Aspects of a SR&ED Claim (revised 2012)

[message type=”custom” width=”100%” start_color=”#fffcb5″ end_color=”#ffffff” border=”#cccccc” color=”#333333″ align=”center”] Archive This post has been archived and will no longer be updated. Some of the links on this page may no longer be active.[/message] On April 10, 2012 the Canada Revenue Agency published a revised version of a guide initially created to Read more…

Innovation, Research and Development

Gaining Knowledge Through SR&ED: Contractors, Universities and Employees

Contractors, Universities and Employees: How collaboration and innovation fit together. Labour costs within the SR&ED program can be classified into three different areas: Employees, Subcontractors and Third-Party Payments. Salary costs account for the majority of all SR&ED expenditures in Canada, followed by Subcontractors and lastly Third-Party Payments. Subcontractors Defining Criteria Read more…

Application Policy (Revision): Experimental vs. Commercial Production in SR&ED (2005)

[message type=”custom” width=”100%” start_color=”#fffcb5″ end_color=”#ffffff” border=”#cccccc” color=”#333333″ align=”center”] Archive This post has been archived and will no longer be updated. Some of the links on this page may no longer be active.[/message] In this revision, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) clarifies its position in regards to experimental production (EP) and Read more…

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