On May 14, 2020, SR&ED Stakeholder will be broadcasting their virtual webcast on SR&ED topics.
Of particular interest to SR&ED claimants and preparers will be the sessions relating to new CRA directives and the new CRA medical guidance paper. The effects of COVID-19 on SR&ED claims and recent tax court rulings will also be discussed.
What: SR&ED Stakeholder Virtual Webcast
When: May 14, 2020
Time: 1-4 pm EST
Registration Link: https://sredstakeholder.ca/register-for-webcast/
What is SR&ED Stakeholder?
SR&ED Stakeholder is a non-profit group that shares information and resources relating to the Scientific Research & Experimental Development tax credits in Canada. Interested participants include SR&ED tax preparers, claimants and other interested parties such as investors and industry groups. If you are involved in any aspect of the SR&ED program you should attend this extremely informative virtual session to learn about current SR&ED statistics and trends.
SR&ED Stakeholders 2020 Agenda
The current agenda is as follows (please check the website for any last-minute changes):
|SREDStakeholder.CA||WEBCAST AGENDA||LINKED CONTENT||PRESENTERS|
|1:00 PM||INTRODUCTION||Earl Viner|
|1:05 PM||I) SR&ED BY MEDICAL CORPS||New CRA medical guidance paper||Julie Bond|
|1:45 PM||Questions||Moderator Comments|
|2:00 PM||II) NEW CRA DIRECTIVES||SR&ED stats by region||David Sabina|
|Effects of Covid-19|
|2:30 PM||Questions||Moderator Comments|
|2:45 PM||III) SR&ED TAX CASES||2020 judgments||David Sabina|
Jay McLeanElizabeth Lance
|3:45 PM||Questions||Moderator Comments|
|3:55 PM||CLOSING REMARKS||Polling questions||Earl Viner|
How To Get Involved?
The co-founder of SR&ED Education and Resources – Elizabeth Lance, MA, MASc (Managing Director of The Ingenuity Group) – will be one of the presenters. Feel free to leave a comment on this post with any questions you may have about the event or questions you would like her to pose during the webcast.
Register Now: Be sure to register and test your equipment before the meeting starts at 1pm! (A gentle reminder to mute your microphone unless you are speaking.)