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SR&ED Appeals – Be Prepared To Wait.

SR&ED Appeals - Be Prepared To Wait.

On November 29th, 2016, the Auditor General of Canada tabled an audit regarding the processing and management of income tax objections. The audit was critical of long wait times for appeals, as well as the way the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) measures its performance. As a

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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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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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